Pipe down, everybody. Emily Ratajkowski is talking about taking her clothes off again.
The Sports Illustrated swimsuit model has long used her bikini-clad platform to defend female nudity. She believes women getting naked just reaffirms their power.
“I think you can be a sexual woman, empowered and be a feminist,” Ratajkowski told the Daily Mail.
After Ratajkowski stripped down totally for Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines” music video, which shot her to fame, the 23 year old received a lot of criticism because people thought it was misogynistic. (RELATED: Emily Ratajkowski, Topless And Covered In Sand)
“I think sexuality should be empowering to women, it’s not always misogynistic or exploitative.”
Let’s hope Ratajkowski gets to be a testament to female sexuality again by making the cover of Sports Illustrated Swimsuit. (RELATED: Emily Ratajkowski: ‘Yes, They’re Real’)