• “(Charney) regularly refers to female employees as ‘sluts’ and ‘whores.’ ‘Some of us love sluts,’ he said by way of defense in a recent deposition. ‘It could be also be an endearing term.’”—The Times Online

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  • “Feminism is extremely restrictive. You cant call a woman a bitch, you cant call her this, you cant call her that. But thats what lifes really like. Yet, she can do whatever she wants. Its out of balance and thats why young people havent embraced feminism, because it’s out of balance.”—Dov Charney

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  • “At a strip bar, you get a cross- section of chicks. You’ve got big chicks, little chicks, big-assed chicks, little-assed chicks, chicks with big tits, and chicks with little tits. You couldn’t ask for a better place to fit a shirt.”—Dov Charney

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  • “Women initiate most domestic violence (claims)…and this has made a victim of culture out of women.”—Dov Charney

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  • “In the course of an interview with (Claudine Ko of Jane Magazine), Charney wiggled in his desk chair, loosened his Pierre Cardin belt and inquired, ‘Can I?’ Without pausing for an answer, he hoiked his trousers down and proceeded to, well, you know, all the while chatting away about AAs business forecast for the coming year. The reporter dished in her piece, claiming Charney had pleasured himself in front of her ‘eight or so times’ and that she also witnessed him request oral sex from an employee, who obliged.”—The Times Online

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  • “Masturbation in front of women is underrated. … It’s much easier on the woman. She gets to watch, its a sensual experience that doesnt involve a man violating a woman, yet once the man has his release, its over and you can talk to the guy.”—Dov Charney

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  • “Jeneleen Floyd, who worked in the product-placement department at AAs headquarters in Los Angeles, claims that (Charney) stormed into her office in a blind fury and demanded she pretend to masturbate for him. She demurred, so another (male) colleague obliged and, for good measure, Charney joined in, too.”—The Times Online

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  • “I can’t wear any brand on my body. I just freak out. I mean, if I’m with a girl whos wearing a Christian Dior necklace, I can’t even fuck her.”—Dov Charney

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  • “Women accused Charney of exposing himself to them. One woman said he invited her to masturbate with him and that he ran business meetings at his Los Angeles home wearing close to nothing. Another employee said he asked her to hire young women with whom he could have sex. All of the women filing suit described Charney using ‘foul language’ in their presence, much of it demeaning to women.”—Knowmore.com

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  • “I frequently drop my pants to show people my new product.”—Dov Charney

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  • “I think for a designer to be in his underwear when he’s designing underwear is quite common. And I’m in my underwear in my office all the time.”—Dov Charney

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  • “Look at this cute girl. … I wanted her so bad. You gotta be very careful—certain girls can handle it, certain can’t.”—Dov Charney

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  • “I’m not saying I want to screw all the girls at work—I’m not a fuckin’ madman. But if I fall in love at work, it’s going to be beautiful and sexual.”—Dov Charney

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  • “A former employee charges the eccentric Charney once had a meeting with her wearing only a fragment of clothing called a ‘cock sock.’ Charney said that he couldn’t remember the incident but that it was possible he was trying to show them new merchandise.”—The New York Post

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  • “There is no evidence to say that you can’t walk around in your underwear all day anywhere in the United States of America.”—Dov Charney

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