Facebook Removes ‘Woman Cut In Half’ Photo Because It Is Too Demeaning

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In October, Australian men’s magazine Zoo Weekly posted a photo of a bikini-clad woman, cut in half at the torso, as part of its “Left or right?” game, in which the publication asks readers to choose which side they like better. The “boobs or butt” photo, which has since been removed, asked men which half they preferred and why.

Comments from Zoo Weekly fans on the disembodied woman were overtly sexist. BuzzFeed posted a screenshot of some of the comments, including “Right cause two holes are better than one” and “left cause it can still make me sandwich.”

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    Strange, I recall this image, but it was yeeears back.
    Or maybe it was one, whole package ?

    tiki god

    no, it was even here on MCS a couple years ago


    So, someone Australians used that retard “cream” as a sunscreen, on the face, and it got to their brain.


    Nice tits.
    Oh, now I see why it was demeaning.