"I think that the ads in the back are sexist.; it's not that they're sex ads, they're sexist ads. We don't sell black people in the back of major newspapers anymore. We used to sell black people in the back of major newspapers for slavery and minstrel show entertainment up until the early 1900s, but we don't do that anymore for ethical and legal reasons, and as women we don't want to be sold in the back of newspapers for ethical and legal reasons as well."
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