Thursday, August 21, 2014

The Next Chapter In The 'War On Women'

Sandra Fluke said the lack of free birth was part of an alleged "war on women." Now this feminist blogger implies that the lack of taxpayer-funded free feminine hygiene products for women around the world is a sign of tyranny.

(WND) In a scene reminiscent of Sandra Fluke’s call for subsidized contraceptives in the United States two years ago, a feminist writer is demanding free tampons for women worldwide.

In her column in the London Guardian, Jessica Valenti, an American blogger and writer, declared: "We need to move beyond the stigma of 'that time of the month' – women's feminine hygiene products should be free for all, all the time."

Jessica Valenti is a daily columnist for the Guardian U.S. She is the author of four books on feminism, politics and culture, and currently serves on the board of NARAL Pro-Choice America.

It was Fluke who testified before Congress that she had difficulty affording contraceptives and wanted them provided to her free of charge. Her testimony came amid debate over whether Obamacare should include a contraception mandate.

She was criticized by talk radio icon Rush Limbaugh for her demands and rode the publicity to a speaking role at the 2012 Democratic National Convention. Of late, she has announced a campaign for the California state Senate. She loaned her own campaign tens of thousands of dollars.

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  1. why doesn't this douche start a foundation and pay for the women out of it instead of trying to get all this crap paid for by us? what is wrong with us today? I want free drugs, free cigs, a free car, free hair cuts, free healthcare, and free beer and wine too, should that happen?

  2. Please retard, don't talk, the rest of us Americans want to rest our ears...liberalism...the epitomy of laziness and stupidity.

  3. Contraceptives should be FREE and readily available to all who want them.
    Also, fact based, age appropriate sex ed should be mandatory for all students starting in the 4th grade.


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