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Michele Corriston
December 10, 2015 10:45 AM

For Abigail Breslin, sexism is no laughing matter.

The Scream Queens actress documented an offensive standup act Wednesday night on Instagram.

“Just left a comedy show where the comic was talking about how women think they’re too ‘cute’ to give out their number and how they should trust him cuz he doesn’t have a ‘rapists body’ and he doesn’t ‘use prostitutes because girls already play games for free,’ ” she wrote. “When I said to him from the crowd it was offensive he said he ‘didn’t mind because I’m pretty.’ ”

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“WHAT IS HAPPENING IN THIS WORLD,” she added.

So far, the post has nearly 5,000 likes.

This isn’t the first time Breslin, 19, has used social media to share a feminist message. In April, she blogged about the “ridiculous” backlash against her fellow child star Selena Gomez‘s swimsuit photos.

“I think if we all took the time we spend making each other feel bad about ourselves and used it to make each other feel good, the world would be a better place,” she wrote. “Oh and also if we taught girls they had more newsworthy qualities than how they fit into a bikini, we’d have a lot more happy girls.”

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She also gives her take on Brad Pitt’s Fight Club monologue for Glamour‘s Role Reversal series, which tasks actresses with reciting lines made famous by male stars.

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