In February during the Superbowl, T-Mobile aired a commercial staring Chelsea Handler and Sarah Silverman. Towards the end of the commercial, Silverman makes an off-hand comment, "Sorry, it's a boy," to parents shortly after their son was delivered. The parents' expressions grow grim upon this realization.
This comment from the commercial caused a stir throughout the audience, eliciting various responses. One author for Salon noted that the comment was indeed not sexist, because you can't be sexist against males.
In this Life Chat, Roland Warren responds to this claim and explores the dangerous implications that follow from the statement "sorry, it's a boy." Watch the video below.