J.Lo’s New Video Is The Perfect Response To Mansplaining We’ve Been Looking For

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Jennifer Lopez just released her new music video for “Ain’t Your Mama” and… it. Is. EVERYTHING. ??

The video starts with powerful — we mean POWERFUL — quotes from female activists like Hillary Clinton…

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“Human rights are women’s rights and women’s rights are human rights once and for all,” Clinton told a crowd in Beijing at the United Nations Fourth World Congress on Women.

…Patricia Arquette…

We are so so grateful- @goldenglobes ! #boyhood #patriciaarquette #bestsupportingactress

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“It’s our time to have wage equality once and for all and equal rights for women in the United States of America,” Arquette told the nation during the 87th Academy Awards.

(Btw, J.Lo reacted to Arquette’s comments like this:)

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…and Gloria Steinem.

@gloriasteinem has clocked a half-century as an activist, journalist and feminist leader. Now, at 82, she’s producing and hosting her first TV series. Beginning on Tuesday on @viceland, her show, “Woman,” will explore human rights and violence against women all over the world. “What I hope is, seeing it will be the closest thing to being on the ground yourself,” @gloriasteinem said. Her collaboration with a company that made its name on bro-centric content was hardly an obvious match. @gloriasteinem knew of the brand’s “very masculine reputation,” as she put it. But “Woman,” which is produced by an all-female team and explores topics ranging from child marriage in Zambia to sexual attacks in the U.S. military, is not an easy watch. @gloriasteinem was adamant that it would present a complex portrait of its subjects and offer viewers a way to become involved. The photographer @malinfezehai photographed #GloriaSteinem on the terrace of the @vice office in Brooklyn.

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“This is no simple reform. It really is a revolution,” Steinem said at the National Women’s Political Caucus in 1971.

The intro alone has us like…


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But the rest of J.Lo’s music video is full of important lessons for both men AND women. Let’s count them.

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Like “I ain’t gon’ be cooking all day, I ain’t your mama.”

1. It’s important to appreciate your woman and her hard work.

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Just because you’re a man doesn’t mean you have the right to be a tool to your better half. Emphasis on better.

“I ain’t gon’ do your laundry, I ain’t your mama.”

2. If you don’t appreciate your lover, things are gonna be pretty bad for you.

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Me: Now pick up the roast, Hector. Looks like you have a mess to clean up.

“I ain’t your mama, boy, I ain’t your mama.”

3. Let’s start acknowledging just how important women are to corporate America.

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Women only make up 5 percent of Fortune 500 CEOs, and that is an all-time high. (WTF?!) Clearly, there are more women trying to climb that ladder.

“When you gon’ get your act together?”

4. Women, especially coworkers, are NOT around for your objectification, OK?

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Keep the eyes up here and your day will be A LOT better. ?

“I ain’t your mama.”


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Because as J.Lo says, “Lucky to have these curves.”

“No, I ain’t your mama.”

Preach! ?

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Watch J.Lo’s full music video below!

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READ: JLo On The View: 5 Facts You Didn’t Know About The Puerto Rican Superstar

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This Trailer Shows Latinas Taking Over "OITNB" Next Season And We're Hyped AF


This Trailer Shows Latinas Taking Over “OITNB” Next Season And We’re Hyped AF

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Litchfield is about to change in a major way. Season 4 of “Orange Is The New Black” is set to premiere on June 17, and the newly released trailer has all of us SO excited.

There’s about to be a whole lot of new faces at Litchfield this summer.

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Just look at all the orange outfits. Any “OITNB” fan knows that new prisoners have to go through that awkward orange phase before getting their beige get-ups.

The O.G. prisoners will also have to learn how to deal with some new, aggressive correction officers.

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But don’t feel bad for the Latinas of “OITNB,” this season is going to be all about them, according to Selenis Leyva, who plays Gloria.

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“I think [Season 4] is going to be one of the most talked about seasons,” Leyva told HuffPo. “There’s a lot more conflict, there’s division amongst the groups more than ever. This is the season of the rise of the Latinas and there’s a lot of conflict within that.”

Finally, Litchfield’s Latina residents are standing up for themselves, and we’re here for it.

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Our next request: hire a few Latino writers. ?

Oh, and Flaca and Maritza are still as thick as thieves.

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Pardon the pun.

How much longer until June 17? My nerves can’t take it.

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*obsessively checks all OITNB fan sites*

You can watch the full OTNB Season 4 trailer below!

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READ: These ‘Flaritza’ Moments Prove Flaca & Maritza Deserve Their Own Show

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