I'm sure the title got someone's attention.
Recently, there was a seed posted on Newsvine about why women are identified by their body parts while men are seen as a whole. At least a portion of the blame for that rests with Democrat women who use body parts for political slogans.
I've seen bumper stickers that say, "I vote with my vagina". This one puzzles me. I presume it means that the sticker owner supports Roe v Wade. Yet, Roe v Wade is about what occurs in the uterus. So, is the sticker owner using her gender specific equipment to identify herself, rather than the issue? Is the V chosen over the U because more men have an interest in the V than in the U?
This brings us to another part of a woman's anatomy - the breast. While the V voters are quite specific about the government keeping its nose out of their V's, many of these same V voters want the government to put its nose into women's breasts, so to speak. Do these voters (also known as lactavists) rally behind the slogan "I vote with my breasts"?
Now this brings the breast and the vagina into slogan conflict. So, which side do the V and B voters come down on? How do they support two conflicting policies: order my breasts around, but leave my vagina alone? How do they buy their campaign gear? Do they buy 'support breastfeeding' T-shirts and 'leave my V alone' briefs? (Just a side question, who reads the message on the briefs?)
Also, lactavists demonstrate their lactavism by breastfeeding in public. . . .
One last thought - can anyone really picture men getting behind a political slogan like : The Prostate Votes? I chose that body part for a reason. We all know that the other option (whichever nickname you give it) votes.
I'm beginning to sound like Stephen Wright, so I'll close.
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