As we all know, Serena Williams is a radiant goddess and a national treasure. Whether she's breaking world records in tennis, donning a tutu to fight sexist dress codes or saying "Boy, bye" in Beyoncé music videos, Serena is always breaking new ground and standing up for women.
Amazingly, 23 years into her career, Serena is still finding ways to leave us in awe. Her latest effort? Stripping down and singing a slowed down cover of the Divinyls hit, "I Touch Myself", for the I Touch Myself Project—a breast cancer awareness initiative set up after Divinyls vocalist Chrissy Amphlett died of the disease in 2013.
The final video, meant to encourage women to do regular breast checks, is an inspiring combination of vulnerable and empowering.