To Rush Limbaugh: Pretty or Not, Here We Come!

“Feminism was established so as to allow unattractive women access to the mainstream of society.”

-Rush Limbaugh’s”Undeniable Truth” #24

Pretty or not, here we come!

Here is where one might expect to see a list of all the legislative attempts to reduce women’s access to healthcare options around the USA.  You may have hoped to have been provided with examples of the new personhood definitions being crafted which are designed to strip  away your reproductive rights. Or you may simply have hoped for some quick links to help you understand the reality of the War on Women along with some current quotes that could justify why women are rising up all over America. Were you looking for proof that women, and the men who love them, will not tolerate being humiliated and shamed and controlled, simply because of archaic beliefs?  You will not find such information here in this space. If you are not going to research and investigate these claims for yourself then you simply need others to take up the fight for you. We will humbly take action for you in the name of your innocence and out of respect for your desire to remain blissfully content.

To those of you who do not need any further proof; you know what to do:

Your Democracy is waiting !



When did I ever give you the impression

that my rights were negotiable?

Your mouth and my soap have a date N.O.W!

Pornography for Rush Limbaugh: The Ovary

I find it amusing that Rush Limbaugh deems ovaries to be so insanely sexy.

He finds them so sexy and they blow his mind so completely that offensive words spew from his mouth – because he can’t stand how sexy ovaries are.

One would almost think he is threatened by the powerful allure of ovaries and maybe a little concerned they may have duplicitous tendencies.

He seems to be especially aroused and thrown into fits of misogyny and convulsive sputtering when he is faced with the super-sexy polycystic ovary.

Rush Limbaugh thinks ovaries are so pornographic that he wants anyone who takes birth control for medical reasons to film the event so he can watch on video: menstrual pain, polycystic ovaries, endometriosis, premenstrual syndrome, lack of periods, heavy periods, acne,  and prevention of anemia from heavy bleeding. Naughty.

Sandra Fluke discussed Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome and cramping and Rush was so aroused he caused a national sensation that has yet to reach its peak.