Emily Ratajkowski has done more than just get naked again.
Emily Ratajkowski has gotten naked again AND taken issue once again with anyone who has a problem with her getting naked.
Yes, these people apparently exist.
Posing in her birthday suit while riding a horse, the Gone Girl star says in the latest issue of Harper's Bazaar that she's sick of the double standard that exists.
She doesn't understand why she gets flak for often taking off her clothes... while others actually receive praise for doing the same thing.
“You know, when Lena Dunham takes her clothes off, she gets flak, but it’s also considered brave," Ratajkowski tells the magazine, adding:
"When Justin Bieber takes his shirt off, he’s a grown-up.
"But when a woman who is sexual takes off her top, it plays into something.”
First, here is the latest photo in question. (CLICK on it for an uncensored version.)
SECOND, we're pretty sure Bieber does get criticized when he posts pictures of himself in his underwear.
THIRD, however, the answer to this supposed double standard is obvious:
Dunham and Bieber are generally known for having talent. They may sometimes get naked, but they are not famous strictly for getting naked.
Critics of Ratajkowski (and we are not among them) would say they're tired of someone remaining famous simply because that someone is good looking and willing to be nude.
Ratajkowski rose to fame after appearing in Robin Thicke’s 2013 video for “Blurred Lines."
She has since showed off nearly every inch of her body on social media, as frequently as she can.
She also came to the defense of Kim Kardashian back in March, standing up for the reality star after her latest nude selfie.
The duo ended up posing together for a topless selfie in which their middle fingers were raised.
Ratajkowski discussed her reasoning behind the photo with Harper's Bazaar, speaking to feminist icon Naomi Wolf.
“A selfie is a sort of interesting way to reclaim the gaze, right? You’re looking at yourself and taking a photo while looking at everyone. But also who cares? Kim’s allowed to do what she wants.
"So I issued a series of tweets; she sent me flowers, thanking me, which was very sweet.
"We ended up running into each other and had this idea to take a similar selfie with our middle fingers up."
Anyone waiting for Ratajkowski to issue an apology over her cleavage-based photos will be waiting for a long time.
“Sex is normal," she says. "Desire is normal. Attention is normal, and that’s okay.”
Yes. Yes, it is okay.
To be clear, Emily: we are not complaining. Not. One. Bit.