The model Emily Ratajkowski has returned the blow to the trolls who criticized her for not wearing a bra in a protest against the nomination of Judge Brett Kavanaugh.
The 27-year-old actress and model had worn a white tank top without a bra under the protest in Washington DC last month.
He expressed his disappointment that the critics had decided to focus on what he was wearing when he was there to make a political comment.
Ratajkowski, who was arrested at the protest along with fellow star Amy Schumer, said her outfit seemed "completely normal" at the time because it was a hot and suffocating day.
He told Stellar magazine: "I knew that being there would be important and I knew that some people would find it controversial, but I never expected anyone to talk about why I did not have a bra under my shirt."
Ratajkowski added: "And I was there making a political point, why would people focus on what they were wearing?
One critic had written to Ratajkowski: "put on some clothes and read the constitution, honey," while another suggested that she would have had more "credibility" if she had worn a bra.
Schumer had previously defended the actress of Gone Girl in an Instagram post, saying that those who criticized what she was wearing were making comments "as well as saying that a woman uses bad behavior insights".
He added: "I did not wear a bra either."
Hundreds of people participated in a protest against Mr. Kavanaugh's nomination to the Supreme Court after accusations of sexual misconduct that he strictly denied.
Ratajkowski held a sign during the protest that said: "Respect the female existence or wait for our resistance."