We defend the hot here at the W&J show. That's always been our way.
Meet Ana Paula da Silva, the Brazilian lawmaker who's being attacked for showing up to work on February 1 in a red jumpsuit with a deep neckline - sparking fury on social media.
Folks, if a Brazilian member of parliament wants to show off some cleavage at an inauguration, that's her decision. Leave her alone!
Online trolls (mainly comprised of ugly feminists) took to social media to complain that her choice of clothing was "inappropriate," ''shocking" and "vulgar".
But I have an alternative theory - maybe they're just jelly? Hey, feminists, the superintendent of Jelly School called and he says you've all been enrolled for next semester.