But she never mentioned her sex life or her own contraceptive use or cost during her artfully crafted and ridiculous presentation.
Ridiculous? Yes. She told the story of six women.
She claimed one of them was raped and didn't go to the doctor:
"even to be examined or tested for sexually transmitted infections because she thought insurance wasnt going to cover something like that, something that was related to a womans reproductive health."
I don't care what Georgetown's healthcare policy was. The problem of the woman who was raped is . . . she is an idiot, not that she doesn't have contraceptive coverage. Healthcare plans don't cover or fix idiocy.
That pretty much defines the feminist left... "I won't even attempt to protect myself if it isn't free"