When Marie Claire executive editor Lea Goldman accused a male blogger of body-shaming on Twitter Monday, he responded by digging up old tweets in which Goldman had also shamed women about their appearance.
Goldman tweeted back, “This is what men do to women with power. Shame them. About their bodies and their ages. I see you.”
But Miller and his supporters were quick to dig up examples of Goldman body-shaming women and their appearance, including when she made fun of another “Game of Thrones” female character.
“Why does Theon’s sister always look like she has a cold sore? #GOT” she tweeted on May 1.
“Too much boob, Sarah Hyland. #GoldenGlobes,” she wrote.
Yet the most incriminating tweet may be one in which Goldman tweeted out an image of a woman’s behind in tight pink pants with the caption: “I feel bad for these pants.”
Miller resurfaced the image with the caption, “Things I’ve never done: Taken pictures of strangers and posted them online to shame them to my Twitter followers. You sick fraud.”
“Feminism is powerful magazine editors shaming random people on the street without any power behind their back,” Miller tweeted Monday.
Marie Claire and Goldman did not immediately respond to TheWrap’s request for comment.
See the tweets below.