Hello boils and girks!
The word for today is, “vagina.”
Once again misogyny rears its ugly little head in America’s statehouses. The focus, this time, is the vagina, that seemingly, endlessly mysterious feminine realm so many both love and fear:
Although congress has been busying itself, not with the real calamities facing most Americans, but rather with debating and legislating what American women can, or should
do with their vaginas; and, according to Michigan lawmakers, "vagina" is a shameful or dirty word, not to be spoken in polite society.
Could these male lawmakers possibly be snickering behind the backs of their female colleagues, while using their own "personally, preferred" slang for vaginas?
Don't think so?
As usual, the misogynists in charge of fixing the game, have tipped their hands:
Declaring the anatomically correct word, "vagina," to be so offensive, as to be banned
and unspoken, strongly suggests that, these male lawmakers, being so uncomfortable
and unfamiliar with the correct words for women’s reproductive organs, (in a debate about them!) it is more than likely that these same lawmakers probably use other, possibly vulgar, or demeaning and certainly less “decorous” words, when referring to women’s vaginas.
By rainjustice: thought here, brought here!