Paulina Porizkova has actually shared a nude photo to Instagram in uniformity with Elizabeth Hurley, who dealt with criticism over a similar image shared to her own account.
Last month, Hurley posted a picture of herself topless to her Instagram, which she captioned: “How could I withstand?”
The 55-year-old’s post triggered a series of responses, with some applauding her, while others, consisting of Piers Morgan, criticised the photo, with the Excellent Early morning Britain host accusing Hurley of being “thirsty and weird”.
” Yeah, she looks fantastic, however what are you doing Liz?” Morgan stated throughout an episode of the show. “A bit of snow and you get your set off. And who took the images? Your  -year-old child, you said, took the photos? Isn’t that scary? What is all this! It’s what we call in the business ‘thirsty and creepy.'”.
On Tuesday, Porizkova attended to the backlash in the caption of her own image, which sees her positioning in her bed room with her arm covering her body.
” Put your clothing on,” the design composed. “Today, on a serious note, ideas inspired by the brouhaha around a hot photo of Elizabeth Hurley.
” When I was in my twenties and thirties, the less I used – the more popular I was. In my forties, I could walk virtually naked and illicit absolutely nothing more than a ticket for public indecency.
” At fifty, I am reviled for it. ‘Put on your clothes, grandma. Starving for attention, are you? A little desperate here? You’re pitiful,'” the 55-year-old continued.
Porizkova then took the opportunity to question why “sexiness and nudity” are “praised in a women’s youth” however “reviled in her maturity?”.
” Since of men,” Porizkova continued, adding that “men are biologically programmed to spread their seed, placing themselves into fertile containers which market their practicality through youth”.
” What does this state for men who do not want children? Guy who have all the kids they desired? Men who do not desire kids right this second? Unevolved,” she wrote, adding that women who then feel they “need to be validated by the male gaze” are typically described as “insecure”.
” The only thing that is pitiful here is allowing others to set your top priorities,” Porizkova concluded, before including the hashtags #SexyHasNoExpirationDate and #BetweenJLoAndBettyWhite.
The post was met with praise from Porizkova’s fans, who applauded her for making the statement.
” Amen. And you look unbelievable,” a single person composed.