Vagina. There…I Said It.

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How have we fallen so far? We seem to be making strides and then we have to deal with the support of this idiot.

Conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh issued an apology to Sandra Fluke on his website, saying “in the attempt to be humorous, I created a national stir. I sincerely apologize.”

Where is that funny? Birth control is center to a woman’s right to be who she is. For most of time, the history of humankind, it’s been a man trying to control a woman’s uterus, fallopian tubes, ovaries, and vagina. We can’t even say the word. Vagina. There, I said it. It’s yours my lover, my sister, my daughter, my mother. It’s yours. Do whatever you want to do with it.

Women are my favorite thing in the whole world. You women gotta stop backing down. I can make a mess. I can put my hands above my head and yell swear words. It’s not as effective. Women. You have advocates who would do almost anything to help.  Would.

Slut? Really? A woman still can’t like sex? Can’t choose the path of her reproduction? The disingenuous apology from that bloated, egotistical mouth means nothing. He meant what he said. The backlash is what provokes the recant. The fact that he isn’t alone is what is frightening.

Women. Fight back.


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