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Jeremy Renner slammed as sexist for noticing Jennifer Lopez’s dress revealed half her boobs

January 13, 2015

Just because her dress was cut down to the waist was no excuse:

Pay no attention to those, you male pig!

The star of The Hurt Locker and The Bourne Legacy presented the award for Best Actor in a mini-series or TV movie alongside Jennifer Lopez, whose revealing dress had already made headlines on television and Twitter earlier on the Red Carpet.

Renner asks Lopez to open the envelope to reveal the winner (which went to Billy Bob Thornton for Fargo) with Lopez responding, “You want me to do it? I have the nails.”

Renner then glances down and quips, “You got the globes too”, gesturing towards Lopez’s deep V-neck dress.

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Renner seemed to have forgotten one of the cardinal rules of feminism:

Women get to wear as revealing clothes as they want to–but men are never, ever supposed to notice.

Posted by Charlotte Allen


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  1. Days of Broken Arrows permalink

    “The goal of feminism is to remove all constraints on female sexuality while maximally restricting male sexuality” — Heartiste (aka Roissy).

  2. i can’t believe he street harassed her indoors! doesn’t he know girls wear deep cleavage dresses “for themselves”

  3. BuenaVista permalink

    At least she covered up the surgical scars. Elective surgery scars are always a buzzkill.

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