The real reason the Playboy bunny posted that nasty locker room comment

In this week’s highlights from my SiriusXM radio show:

  • I call out Maxim magazine for accusing Playboy model Dani Mathers of body shaming (and share my own theory about what led her to make the “you can’t unsee this” comment about the woman in the locker room)

  • An “artist” schedules a protest with 100 naked women, and I use it as an opportunity to tell women to stop getting played

  • Google releases gender equality emoji, and it tells you so much about the value (or lack thereof) that we place on the work of staying home with kids

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Comments

  1. Paolo Munoz says

    Dear Jennifer, thanks for doing your show. A lot of our culture is based on “least common denominator” morality where a lot of people believe they are good people because “At least I’m not as bad as *that* person.”

    There are whole sites dedicated to making people feel good about themselves because they are not *that* person. Maxim’s response is born of that kind of thinking: “We may be bad, but we’re at least not *that* person.”

  2. Lauren says

    Hi Jennifer,
    While I agree with you about Dani Mathers (who knows what was SUPPOSED to happen- not me, so I’ll be charitable), but I still can’t get over the utter inappropriate-ness/privacy violation of taking a nude photo of someone without their consent at the gym. To me this, regardless of the distribution intent, is inexcusable and frankly, sad.
    100% agree about the hypocrisy of Maxim, et al. and that her attitude is probably a result of publications, television, the media, etc.