That is your last sentence and I still have no idea what you are trying to say about Ansari. You attacked a 57 year old woman who tried to defend him on racial grounds. Then you appealed to intersectionality which I thought meant you were also going to give him a pass. Then you straddle the fence saying we can acknowledge bad actions by a person but still admire their great accomplishments. That’s a slippery slope apologia that can condone anything. You end completely diverted by saying the main takeaway is that this will help West Asians get over their reluctance to talk about sex.

I missed your old punchline on Ansari — do we go easy on him for the sake of intersectionality or should he be sacrificed on the altar of #MeToo?

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