• Tue, Feb 12 2013

David Letterman’s Patronizing, Gross Questions Of Sports Illustrated Models Last Night

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  • Jon

    “..but young women — even and especially celebrities — often feel the need to simply smile and accept the man’s behavior as a reality that cannot be changed, nor needs to be all that much.”

    And what do you suggest they do exactly? Go all-out feminist and tell them off? These are extremely attractive girls promoting what they do best (I.E. showing off their bodies), so stuff like this comes with the territory as far as I’m concerned.

    • http://www.facebook.com/sameurysm Samantha Escobar

      I don’t think it’s going “all-out feminist” to simply not comply with vulgar questions. Modeling = having pictures taken of you for money; model does not inherently equal being asked questions that imply getting sand in your vagina.

  • http://twitter.com/MathildeHoeg Mathilde Hoeg Boisen

    I was expecting to be all like “pff…gloss you’re overreacting”. But yeah that made me uncomfortable and while I don’t expect them to say anything in the situation (as it would affect their jobs etc) I would certainly urge them to afterwards protest.