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Russian advertising standards officials have sparked outrage after declaring that a woman having small breasts is a ‘physical defect’.
The controversial ruling came in the wake of complaints over a construction company ad, which used an image of a petite woman in lace underwear measuring her… uh… chest.
Activists said the ad, which declared that the company’s buildings had ‘small prices and lots of complexes’, was body shaming women, and officials agreed. That in turn triggered feminists, who considered the ruling of small breasts to be a ‘physical defect’ equally offensive.
WIBC hosts the Chicks on the Right offered up their take on the ‘controversy’ Friday morning.
“So what officials said is that you shouldn’t have made fun of small breasted women because small breasted women are ‘defective.’”
“That’s probably not the best way to handle it. I feel like the A-team is a better team to be on.”
“It’s easier to jog. And hey, let’s say I wanted to jump rope.”
“Yeah, in some alternative universe, let’s say you want to jump rope.”
“I will be able to do that much more comfortably than someone on the D-team.”
“Well yeah, because they’re going to give themselves a concussion.”
The Chicks’ producer, Rob later asked a typically male, asinine question. Click the link below to hear the segment in full: