Sure. I'll try to explain what I meant a little better. What I'm trying to get at is that while I thought the joke was funny, I also have a problem with it in that of course SHE can get away with telling it because she's non-threatening and she has privilege.
There's a certain level of privilege inherent in who Hannah is. Blond, thin, beauty queen, educated etc. She can speak for herself on National TV without the "burden" of being a representative for groups she's part of. There's no "I need to be a role model because pretty blonds are under represented on TV" or "my words will effect other people like me by me saying them". She only speaks for herself.
Since I'm not a man or a person of color, but I am plus size, I'll dig in with that one. I've seen plus size/fat women online who own their sexuality do much less bawdy things than Hannah did and get slammed with not just slut shaming but fat shaming, death threats etc. And they are not treated as individuals but it gets expanded in "all you fat people..." blah blah blah.
Granted a bunch of people on this board think she's a slut but as a general vibe it's not that bad. It doesn't seem as bad as what Kaitlin went through IMO.
What I'm getting at is that this view (if it's even well formed enough to be called that) is better illustrated with Corinne & Demi types in that they can get away with being obnoxious & brash because they're blond, white & pretty.
And I have mixed feelings about WHY she can tell that joke even though I honestly did laugh and found it funny.