I don't think that the 'no, don't stop' portion of the tweet is what people would take issue with. It would be the 'stop, no, and don't' fragment that could be termed offensive. One could look at it as a woman spurning the advances of a man, though it's not a stretch to view it as continued and unwanted advances on an unwilling woman.
I take more issue with the stupidity of Torres. Regardless of what the tweet actually means, he must have known he was on thin ice and should have avoided sexual tweets entirely. It's just plain sense, which Torres has obviously had knocked out of him.