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Farrah Abraham Settles Slut Shame Lawsuit “I Just Do What’s Right”

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Sam Robeson - March 28, 2018

 

Feminist icon and anal explorer Farrah Abraham has settled a lawsuit against Viacom claiming that the executive producer of Teen Mom OG shamed her for being a slut and "was so hostile during a meeting that she feared for her life." Abraham claims to not only have filed the $5 million lawsuit against MTV's parent company for herself, but for all the jizz Gushers of the world. This video released by TMZ of Abraham posing alongside Phoebe Price and a fat Joanna Krupa cosplayer for two photographers pretty much sums up how important her cause really is for women everywhere. These quotes will go down in feminist jizz-story:

There's a lot of double standards and discrimination and women aren't treated equally, so I just do what's right. I'm not trying to, you know. If nobody else wants to change the world for a better, then that's fine, but I want to, so that's my prerogative I guess.

Hey, Gloria Steinem, lean in closer. Closer. Closer. Go fuck yourself bitch! Farrah Abraham proves that women really can have it all. She's obviously an amazing mother, a career gal, and style icon for those who want to look like The Little Mermaid Ariel Fleshlights, and she also has time to tackle the greatest challenges facing women when "nobody else wants to?" Women of the world, maybe you should take a second to thank Abraham for changing the world for "a better."


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