Married and Sexist

Inspired by Pax Dickinson’s horrendous NYMag interview about his sexist Twitter history and Robin Thicke’s GQ interview about the “Blurred Lines” video, I wrote about the venn diagram of being married and being sexist:


After extensive research, I have concluded that you can, in fact, be both married and sexist. For more on that, check out my essay at Role/Reboot.


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5 responses to “Married and Sexist

  1. Pingback: Pack it up, Pax | rosiesaysblog

  2. A lot of married men are sexist.

  3. Gah. You champion. I feel like Robin Thicke has got off so lightly and I’m baffled that people are comfortable with what he portrays and creates. It’s like banging my head against a wall.
    Faith in humanity restored.

  4. Pingback: A Christian and an Atheist Talk about Sex: Watch What Happens! | rosiesaysblog

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