Hang on to Your Vaginas (they could be outlawed)

March 8, 2007 at 8:14 am | Posted in Current Events, Entertainment, humor, Miscellaneous, modern trends, News, political, political rants, rants, sex, social comment, stupidity, What if? | 4 Comments

What is going on in this world?  Are We De-Volving?  There must be some epidemic that restricts blood flow to the brain as surely anyone with average intelligence can see how ridiculous this is.  The word VAGINA is now offensive?  In Minnesota two high school students got into trouble.  for wearing buttons saying “I (heart) My Vagina.”  And in New York a public high school has suspended three students who disobeyed officials by saying the word “vagina” during a reading from a well-known feminist play, “The Vagina Monologues” 

School officials in the New York case used arguments that the language was offensive and inappropriate and there were children in the audience who would be exposed to this horrible word.  How is it inappropriate for a child to learn the correct name for this body part?  Is it better for little girls to refer to their genitalia as noonies or hoo hoos or just pretend this part of their bodies is non-existent?  Why are people so afraid of body parts that have anything to do with sexuality.  

The word is not profane or vulgar. Is it the word that these “officials” find so offensive or do they have something against the actual vagina?  Here’s a flash for all you folks who have a problem with vaginas.  YOU ALL, YES EACH AND EVERY ONE OF YOU, TRAVELED TO YOUR PRESENT DESTINATION VIA A VAGINA! You (if you are of the female persuasion), your mothers, grandmothers, sisters, and daughters all have a VAGINAAnd here’s another thing, in case you morons are also penis-a-phobic, the PENIS was your ticket to make that wonderful trip through said VAGINA!



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  1. These are the same people who called for the ban of “The Higher Power of Lucky” because it contained the word “scrotum”. Give me a break! Kids would just get a good laugh and then forget about it. There’s more sex in television teenage dramas than in literature.

  2. this is all so weird! now we can not name body parts with the appropriate word anymore?
    and why is “vagina” a no-no but “breast” is o.k.?
    but then – maybe there is a problem here too.
    because it seems that showing parts of the breast as cleavage is desired, as evidenced by all the silicon breasts, whereas “nipple” is a whole different story. i saw “breast petals” today in a store: discreet nipple coverage…
    it is not o.k. to show your nipples? why can you show your fingers, or eyes, or hair, but not the nipples?
    on the other hand: i don’t even want to think about what happens if we decided to show our vaginas!

  3. I don’t mind covering my parts, but I’ll be damned if I’m not allowed to name them.

    It reminds me of the Victorian age, when even talking about stomach upset was considered vulgar.

    It’s like these sorts of people would rather forget that we have bodies at all. Mental.

    (Hilarious harangue, btw.)

  4. Wow, I just read that, and I’m amazed that anyone can find that offensive. Seriously, if people are going to start banning scientific/proper names for body parts for no good reason, I think I might move to the moon, so I don’t have to refer to my vagina as a ‘mini’ or whatever.

    Ok so they can ban the saying of sexual words, but as soon as it hits 9PM TV channels can screen soft porn all night and no one bats an eyelid?

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