By First Post Staff –
In the brave new era of vaginal washes and monologues, is the V-word still taboo? A new Associated Press article says it is so – even in the United States, where it still evokes a certain squeamishness.
Michigan politician Lisa Brown, for example, was formally rebuked for opposing an anti-abortion bill in these colourful terms in the state legislature: “I’m flattered you’re all concerned about my vagina. But no means no.”
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James Bond / August 17, 2012
Hey editor of CT: what’s up with this fascination with women’s sexual organs.. their name, smell, or razzle dazzle.. let’s talk lingams, penis envy, sexism and the male gaze that you are catering to subliminally here, and do some cultural analysis of the male gender for a change!
Or, your website runs the risk of becoming sexist and gender biased with pictures of pretty women and sexy rubbish..
dodo / August 17, 2012
yes, what’s with the pics of half dressed women – lets see some half dressed men for a change on this site?!