Ginny & Georgia is a "pretty dumb" show, says Heather Schwedel of Swift's tweet accusing the Netflix show of being "deeply sexist" for a joke saying "You go through men faster than Taylor Swift." "So the idea of taking anything about this show seriously is a little ridiculous," says Schwedel, adding: "Big whoop, right? Calling this joke 'deeply sexist' is verging on ludicrous. Deeply sexist? To say that Swift famously had a lot of boyfriends? It’s a strange hill for her to die on—especially given how Swift herself has made her personal life a major theme in her music throughout her career. In fact, she made essentially the same joke Ginny & Georgia made herself years ago: Does the line 'Got a long list of ex-lovers' from 'Blank Space' ring any bells? Granted, Swift is right that the joke is lazy and dated; it’s not remotely sharp in 2021. But then close-reading her tweet further, the accusation of 'degrading hard working women' also reads strangely—what does 'hard work' have to do with this? And then, does Swift really believe Netflix owes her something just because it released her documentary, Miss Americana, last year? And then: 'Happy Women’s History Month I guess.' Uh, indeed? This show debuted in February, and it’s likely Swift got wind of the apparent unflattering reference to her before Monday—did she hold off on posting this tweet until the first day of March so she could really wallop us with the Women’s History Month connection? It’s not like Women’s History Month is a particularly sacred time when it’s worse than usual to take swipes at women; in my experience, it mainly exists as a theme for elementary school book reports."