Emily Ratajkowski recently posed nude for a shoot with Harper's Bazaar, to accompany an article where Ratajkowski engaged in discussion with Noami Wolf, author of The Beauty Myth, and an important figure in (third wave) feminism.
After which, she posted a photo from the shoot and a link to the piece to her Instagram and Twitter. So far, so good.
However, Piers Morgan saw this post as an opportunity to engage in an ill-advised joke.
As you can see Ratajkowski wasn't particularly flustered by this, quickly retorting with:
Apparently, this burn was a little too good for Piers to handle, who proceeded to send a tirade of tweets, claiming that Ratajkowski needs to learn about feminism from Serena Williams, and trying to undermine her choice to pose naked.
He even counts followers.
The problem with Piers' twitter rant, is not only that women do not need educating on feminism by another white, middle class man, but by telling Ratajkowski that she is engaging in some way, in the 'wrong' a kind of feminism, he perfectly demonstrates what she was trying to fight against in the interview.
Not cool, Piers. Let's all stop telling women what they can and can't do with their bodies!