Apparently the woman in the article is one of the interviewees in the upcoming Borat film. She seems to understand the concept of Cohen (a jewish guy) singing a song like "throw the jew down the well" to a country and western bar. (the patrons weren't too sure about him and his accent until they got into the sing-a-long racism and then they loved him) But she is completely baffled about how he could make blatantly sexist remarks for comedic effect. Becuase it's important TO HER - therefore it's out of bounds for humor. And - Cohen tends to pick on those who are really inflated, self-important, see no humor themselves in their points of view and who couldn't understand why what they believe might be funny to others. So I guess he picked well.
It kills me that Ms. "full disclosure and honesty" would make snide little remarks after the fact hypothesizing about Cohen's apparent dislike/fear of women in an article in public. I thought extreme liberal guilt was supposed to make you assume that if someone was lashing out or "phobic" toward a group they were an abuse victim or something. Heh.