In the end, Morgan hid behind British customs and asked if Rose would like to have a cup of tea and "discuss where you're going wrong re feminism." Still not one to be cowed, Rose suggested the two of them hash this discussion out on one of their shows and Morgan said he would get "my people to talk to your people."
If you examine Piers Morgan's Twitter profile, it is clear that, far more often than not, he is the argument starter. He couldn't even get out of the discussion with Amber Rose today without taking a swipe at Lady Gaga at the end. So there is an argument to be made here that Morgan is little more than a high-profile troll. One could argue that he gets himself into these public spats and spends his time swiping at people more famous than him on social media, in order to maintain his own public profile.
Today though, Morgan accidentally did something useful: he did Amber Rose a favor by raising the profile of her third annual Slutwalk (over three months before it's even due to happen), while also inadvertently demonstrating why Slutwalks are so necessary and important for modern, assertive women.
What conservative male public figures don't seem to understand every time they tell a feminist she's doing feminism wrong is that it only serves to motivate other feminists. (See also: Rush Limbaugh attacking Sandra Fluke, and Bill O'Reilly repeatedly asserting that women are treated fairly and equally, while paying out $13 million to suppress sexual harassment cases from being brought against him.)
Morgan's belief that feminism and sexuality do not and cannot mix is ridiculous and hideously outdated, yet many conservatives cling to it, in an attempt to shame women out of taking charge of their own bodies. Amber Rose, in her typically unflappable manner, provided a means to shut that nonsense down in a manner that is playful, entertaining, challenging, and, best of all, embarrassing for the shamer.
For every woman who has ever had their own sexuality judged, analyzed, and dissected by a man in their vicinity, watching a smug and stuffy middle-aged man try to shut down a confident, powerful woman is usually excruciating. Somehow, today, Amber Rose managed to flip the script and come out on top. And it was glorious.