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On Wednesday the New York Times magazine published a profile of pop icon Madonna. Business Insider reports the singer took to Instagram on Thursday to share her disappointment with the interview, saying, "it makes me feel raped." Madonna also called the New York Times "one of the founding fathers of the patriarchy." Madonna was upset with the author's comments about the fabrics of her curtains or the ethnicity of her stand in for rehearsal.

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