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In the excitement of Will Smith slapping Chris Rock, the big question is why is it still okay to make fun of a woman’s looks?

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I was on a flight and happily absorbed in the latest issue of Cosmo when a well-known local comedian appeared in front of the cabin and decided to make me the focal point of their impromptu stand-up routine. My hair – especially the condition of my roots – my choice of reading material, my age. Ho ho ho how excited the other passengers were at the free show while I stuck my head in my magazine and wished it was over. Of course I tried to manage a wan smile, because sure it’s not what all women should do at all costs – laugh at it, sure, it’s just a bit of a joke.

he third row of a cheap flight from Edinburgh is certainly not Oscar night in LA, but when Chris Rock cracked his joke about actress Jada Pinkett Smith’s shaved head, I felt deeply into the frozen look of pain on her face. How she must have flinched at her performance – after speaking so openly about her emotional battle with alopecia – served as a bad joke in front of a room full of her peers and an audience of millions.

https://www.independent.ie/life/in-the-furore-over-will-smith-slapping-chris-rock-the-big-question-is-why-is-it-still-ok-to-mock-how-a-woman-looks-41495442.html In the excitement of Will Smith slapping Chris Rock, the big question is why is it still okay to make fun of a woman’s looks?

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