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Emily Ratajkowski Endorses Nudity In Ocean Drive Magazine [PICS]

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Ocean Drive magazine continues to bring out the very best in our favorite models. It was just earlier this week that we were entranced by Erin Heatherton showing up in the magazine’s pages. Now the publication is following up with an amazing Emily Ratajkowski interview and pictorial–which first caught our attention when Emily posted the Ocean Drive cover as part of yesterday’s sexiest pics on the COED Instagram feed.

It’s going to be a big year for Emily, too. She’s already putting her “Blurred Lines” notoriety behind her, with Emily getting ready to make her big-screen debut in the upcoming Gone Girl. According to her Ocean Drive interview, though, Emily isn’t in a hurry to put her sexy poses behind her. She looks great, and is also eager to endorse ditching her clothes in a classy manner.

“We’re at an interesting time,” says Emily, “where women have been told taking the pill is cool, to sleep with whomever you want, or wear what you want, but if you’re naked, it can be offensive or sexist in some way. That’s the last step our culture needs to deal with. We have this culture of men, especially, watching pornography, but then we’re offended by a classic nude portrait or photograph and I’ve never felt that way.”

Ocean Drive sure keeps us feeling great about how classy our favorite models can look while ditching their clothes–and Emily gives us an idea of how she impressed a respected director like David Fincher while landing her role in Gone Girl. Check out more of Emily at the Ocean Drive site, and from the pics below–and then maybe enjoy more of Emily’s sexiest handbra poses, or amazing pics of before she was famous

COED Writer
J.R. Taylor has spent several years covering all aspects of pop culture for prestigious publications. Well, they were prestigious. Contact me: @google+ @twitter @email @website

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