Previously, Ratajkowski commented on her cameo in Robin Thicke's "Blurred Lines" music video.
The model said she felt "empowered" after appearing in a food-themed shoot for Love Magazine - something that her long-term critic Piers blasted her for.
After some people called his response out on Twitter, Piers continued: "Do you really think Emmeline Pankhurst fought for Emily Ratajkowski's right to writhe semi-naked in spaghetti, post it to millions on social media & then feign indignant outrage at being "sexually objectified"?"
She wrote on Twitter: "Lol never said my love video was a feminist statement".
"But now it's worth saying that telling women what to do with their bodies and sexuality is actually just classic sexism". "In the wake of women coming forward with incredible amounts of sexual harassment cases, I have been so disappointed to hear women talk about "modesty" and "our responsibility" as if we need to, yet again, adjust to make it "easier" for the rest of the world", she told the outlet.
She followed up with a further tweet saying she "tired" of having to consider how she might be perceived by men adding that feminism was not about "adjusting" but "freedom and choice". "I want to do what I want to do", she added.