the issue is far bigger than the political correctness gone awry - thats too easy a response.
for years photographers (usually male and middle aged) have made unthinking images of naked women a staple of their work.
95% of the time its because it sells a product, draws attention to their work, massages their ego, and has overt or covert prurient interest
just occasionally it is justified and/or worthwhile, but these are far outweighed by the above, and the unthinking dumbness with which it occurs is depressing.
it has been this way for decades, especially since the 1960's, and if the pendulum is now swinging back a bit over center, then quite frankly, we deserved it.
its time we got our brains in gear, stopped mindlessly using womens naked bodies as decorative objects in imagery without pause for good thought or reflection, and watertight intentions.
if you genuinely feel you have those, then go right ahead, but you are going to have to expect some critiques along the way.
and for what its worth, the o.p. image looks more like an out-take of a 1970's hair commercial to me!