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Study confirms sexist jokes make men think hating women is rad.

A study out of the University of Surrey found that sexist jokes can work to normalize sexism, taking them in rather than fully laughing them off. Three new studies on the link between men's magazines (or "lads' mags," as they call them out in Surrey) and an acceptance of bias against women. It appears that by consuming sexist humor, the men feel lest hostile towards sexist behavior.
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