Skip to comments.Coed Who Demanded Free Birth Control From Congress – Insists She’s No Prostitute (Video)
Posted on 03/02/2012 7:38:12 AM PST by Hojczyk
On Thursday night, MSNBCs Ed Schultz interviewed hot-and-bothered Georgetown coed Sandra Fluke, the woman who went before a Congressional panel and demanded free birth control for herself and her peers. Sandra Fluke, who was mocked by Rush Limbaugh on his radio show this week, insisted she was no prostitute for wanting government to pay for her sex at college. Mediaite reported:
Schultz asked Fluke for her reaction to Limbaughs comments:
I guess my reaction is the reaction a lot of women have when theyve been called these names. Initially youre stunned but then, very quickly, youre outraged because this is, historically, the kind of language that is used to silence women, especially women who stand up and say that these are their reproductive health care needs and this is what they need. And whats been amazing to me today is the outpouring of support. Everyone from members of Congress to Georgetown faculty to so many women whove contacted me, and I think its clear from what theyve said that theyre not going to be silenced by this.
Fight on, Sandra. Free birth control is a necessity. Its a human right.
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Not to mention, at least whores are capitalists. Plus, most of them are helping to starve the Federal beast by not paying taxes.
“You are not married and you shamelessly tell the world that you have sex more frequently than a rabbit...a slut by any other name...you are what you are...bet your parents are proud.”
You’ve nailed it.
Heck, I remember when ANY incident of premarital sex, especially from a woman’s perspective, was viewed with AT LEAST a lip-service amount of shame.
I take it you’re not a drinker ;)
That face should be birth control enough.
Does free birth control include condoms....and if not, why not?
You don’t get it. May I suggest you look up the book “A Regiment of Women.”
I suggest she ask her “johns” pay for her contraception. Afterall, the money they are paying her is furthering her education. Likely paying her bills and buying her food to boot.
In all her "education", she obviously hasn't been taught that there is no "need" on her part that translates into an "obligation" on someone else's part.
Prostitutes charge for sex but she says is doing it for free. (Frequent Freebies?)
That's why Rush made a distinction between her being a slut rather than a prostitute.
She should teach a class of children.
I don’t believe such uplifting entertainment is often seen in Moslem countries, but thank God our troops are willing to die to bring them into the modern, civilized way of life we inhabit.
BTW, I have it on the best authority that “slut” is no longer in vogue: “Friend-with-benefits” is just so much more appropriate these days.
You put a bulls eye on yourself you become a target, especially when you are the only woman/girl who they selected to appear. nitwit
I still don’t get it. Birth control pills won’t protect you from STDs and HIV. A condom is far better protection if you are engaged in widespread sexual behavior, pun intended. So why shouldn’t condoms be provided free as well?
From birth she has been taught in school and TV/media that sex on demand 24/7 is not only a good thing, but a right.
She has been taught that sex is a tool of empowerment for women. Look at her career choice. It’s all about power. 5 Bucks says she’s also heavily into the whole whips and chains thing as well, based on that ‘power’ thing.
My question is what else did society expect would happen?
-——What Fluke and her fellow traveling harpies are espousing is the medications needed to suppress the reproductive system to block the possibility of birth. The terminology needs to be changed from “reproductive health care needs” to “reproductive suppression medication.” It would be a more honest conversation then.-——
Of course, there already exists a word for drugs, the purpose of which is to interfere with the proper operation of the body....
And isn’t it curious that the enormous increase in the breast-cancer rate corresponds to the advent of The Pill.
Oh, the places you go when you follow the truth.
BTW, your term is factually and rhetorically excellent. I’ve been searching for an accurate, anti-euphemism, and “reproductive suppressants” is it. TY
Well, when do we start?
Oh, you said M-I-N-O-R-S, not M-I-N-E-R-S ...
Never mind ...
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