If this woman and her boyfriend(s) want to Tango, let them pay for the dance with their own money.
How this idiocy could even be taken seriously by a Congressional committee is beyond me.
What do we call the (apparently numerous) male persons who are having sex with her?
She is the “Anita Hill” of this generation....they are willing to die on the pyre for sexual “freedom” (And, she’s probably being paid to do all of this publicity, or will be in the future)
She is a slut.
We are in real trouble here. I saw this young gal on NBC this morning and she gave the same spiel. How could she be questioned so extensively and NO ONE even comes close to inquiring about the lifestyle or the easy availability of dirt cheap BC? There’s PC and then there is sheer madness.
I want a pony? A free pony is a right? And free hay!
Methinks she doth protest too much.
She needs her own sign.
if we were Leftists we’d do the Larry Flynt thing and issue a bounty for anyone on the Georgetown campus who has ever slept with her. If we were.
Also, don't buy the medical necessity/PCOS argument. If that was really the concern, they could have argued for a medical necessity exception only. As someone who knows someone with PCOS and has been to conferences where doctors talk about PCOS treatments, I'm also skeptical that birth control pills are even the right treatment for most women with it.
Her demand that the productive of this country should fund her birth control makes her just another welfare parasite...not a prostitute.OTOH,her inclination to give it up to just about anyone with a pulse makes her a tramp...not a prostitute.
My Mom used to speak to my sister of “ladies of easy virtue”.I think this term perfectly describes this floozie.
She wants my money to pay for her birth control, and she isn’t a prostitute...?
If birth control should be free so she can have sex, shouldn’t plastic surgery be free so I can get sex?
If you read her transcript you see that she almost never speaks of herself. It is all “I have a friend who...” and “Someone I know does...”. Additionally, she claims over and over again that women with medical conditions are being denied care because the care involves them taking birth control pills. That is actually currently illegal. They can deny birth control pills if the intent is contraception, but if the doctor says the woman’s health is at risk, they must provide the needed medication.
This reminds me of the medical marijuana law. As well intended as it might be - with images of terminal cancer patients being held up as examples - the vast majority of the prescriptions written are for “back aches” and “head aches” and “unspecified chronic pain”. Georgetown is probably, rightfully, skeptical of the young woman who wants her oral contraceptives because of bad acne or heavy periods. Ms. Fluke’s examples are primarily of dire cases that would be covered under any existing insurance plan.
Another example of the left exaggerating a problem to open a Pandora’s Box unending largess.