A true lady would never have discussed her sexual proclivities in public in the first place. The rest is a moot point.
I'm no fan of Ms. Fluke or the policies she promotes, but in the interest of accuracy it should be pointed out that she did no such thing.
Her "testimony" was largely about the effects of lack of coverage for contraception on female students at her school in general terms, not about their effect on her personally.
AFAIK, there was no testimony about her own personal sexual activities or preferences.
BTW, we would never really have heard of her if Rush hadn't made her a celebrity.