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This whole controversy disgusts me, but hey, it’s part of the reason why I’m not a Democrat.
The false narrative that the media is running with on the vagina controversy in Lansing is basically what the Democrats say it’s about. According to female Democrats, women are being censored on the House floor for daring to say the word vagina.
So, in order to really really get those evil male Republicans to pay, the women plan to talk about taking mirrors to view the female genitalia, how the hair feels, orgasms, and on and on and on. And at no time will they suggest that any of this is a social taboo.
As a man commented on one of my posts, if a man talked about his penis the way these women are going to talk about their vaginas, he would be arrested for assault and taken away.
It’s pornographic. And if you don’t want to hear it, they are going to yell it, and force it, and make you.
Now let’s talk about rape.
Every woman who is in her 40’s knows that the phrase, “No means no,” is a slogan that has been used to raise awareness of date rape. Every one of us.
And might I add, if Lisa Brown was interested in using “anatomically correct medical terms,” to describe what she views as an assault on her religious views, she would have said “uterus” instead of “vagina.” Not to mention that Judaism is not a pro-choice religion, but a proud pro-life religion.
So, when Lisa Brown said, “interested in my vagina,” and “no means no” on the House floor, how did she expect the men to take that? And why is it that men’s feelings have to be ignored? To them, she suggested they were abusing her, or wanted to abuse her, why do they have to sit there and act like they deserve to be talked to that way? They represent women too, most of them have wives and daughters. It’s the day after Father’s Day! They barred her for speaking for a day, big deal, did she learn? NO.
Now, we have a bunch of scared media types suggesting that this will end poorly for the Republicans. Why? Because they expect a modicum of decency?
I expect decency in government, but when a whole slew of women say they speak for me, and then bring themselves and the rest of their sex down into the gutter, I’ve got something to say about it.
I wonder if the female Democrats, or the rest of the Democrat Party in Michigan wish to hold the play in their local senior center? How about at the kindergarten? Try it at a mosque, synagogue or parish.
I wonder if the female Democrats take offense at being viewed only as vaginas? There is a facebook event inviting all to come to the embarrassment titled, “VAGINAS TAKE BACK THE CAPITOL!”
If you allow men to look at you as a vagina, you have set back women’s rights a thousand years.
Abortions are legal in this country, much to my disgust, but look at what happens when you try to make them safe and rare. The women of the Democrat Party revolt.
It occurred to me that the women in the Democrat party are so interested in sticking it to the men who run the House, that they are degrading themselves and the family to make a point.
And what is the point?
This whole sick charade is designed to gin up emotional shouting women to give to the Democrat Party.
The issue began to address abortion on demand, Brown made it a religious rights issue, and now the vulgarity will be on full display at the nation’s capitol.
Stay classy, Democrats.
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