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(Talking Points Memo)   Rep. Phil Gingrey (R), an OB/GYN, goes full derp and defends Todd Akin's legitimate rape comments. Folks, this is the modern GOP   (tpmdc.talkingpointsmemo.com) divider line 474
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2013-01-11 02:03:06 PM  

PanicMan: BSABSVR: "Relax and have a glass of wine" is great advice to couples who are overstressed from trying to conceive, yes. But that's not a.) a measurable metric of fertility levels and b.) Anxiety over not being able to conceive with your significant other has nothing to do with physical, emotional and mental trauma from farking rape, except both are some level of "bad".

Not to mention someone who has several glasses of wine may be too intoxicated to consent. All rape isn't "grab a stranger and pull them into a dark alley".


Yeah, but then she was drinking... therefore, it was not a 'legitimate' rape.
 
2013-01-11 02:03:10 PM  

skullkrusher: Gecko Gingrich: skullkrusher: no, again, that's what makes Akin partially wrong.

Actually, it makes him all wrong, of which I suppose "partially wrong" is a subset, but it still makes you a shill.

skullkrusher: yes, doctor, you are correct. However, I cannot imagine what the fark you hope to achieve by hitching your wagon to a guy who got smoked in his election

worst. shill. ever.


So "Driving a car makes it impossible for women to be be pregnant" is "partially correct" too then right.


In fact "[anything] makes it impossible to be be pregnant" would be partially correct under your logic. because anything COULD cause stress in a woman.
 
2013-01-11 02:03:15 PM  

someonelse: skullkrusher: someonelse: skullkrusher: Corvus: pdee: Why are fark libs incapable of reading an article and responding to what it actually says. This whole thread is a circle jerk of glee at what you want to pretend they said.

He said he was partially right about the body makes it hard for a woman to get pregnant from a rape, then his explanation said it has actually no bearing on it whatsoever making Akins 100% wrong.

That's what the article said.

his explanation is why Akin was partially wrong.

In what way was he right, according to Gingrey? Because I'm not seeing it. He says adrenaline can prevent ovulation, therefore Akin was partly right. Wut?

exactly. Women get pregnant when they are ovulating. If they do not ovulate, they do not get pregnant.

If the stress of a rape prevents ovulation, the only pregnancy being prevented is one caused by future sex, not the rape that is preventing ovulation.


I think he figured that out now, which is why he's no longer responding to this point.
 
2013-01-11 02:03:50 PM  
Anyone else take a look at the "GOP Doctors Caucus" link from TFA?

Here are the members: Link

Some observations:

1. There are a disturbingly large number of conservative Republicans who are male also OB/GYNs.
2. Not only is the list unsurprisingly male-dominated but 3 of the 4 female "doctor" members are actually nurses (good to see the Republicans are still keeping their women in their place)
 
2013-01-11 02:04:13 PM  
Double down, triple down, bet the House on this shiat!!!
 
2013-01-11 02:04:55 PM  
Let's see a man supporting comments about what another man said who is in a party dominated by men in a congress also dominated by men about an issue that affects women's bodies but not men's bodies...

I hope the real new cycle of the Mayan calendar is sensible women and sensible men working together to shut these rape-loving nuts up finally and ensure justice is done.
 
2013-01-11 02:05:01 PM  

Corvus: skullkrusher: Corvus: skullkrusher: "We tell infertile couples all the time that are having trouble conceiving because of the woman not ovulating, 'Just relax. Drink a glass of wine. And don't be so tense and uptight because all that adrenaline can cause you not to ovulate."

educate yourself on the mechanics of impregnation and it'll make sense.

So how does this have ANY bearing on someone being raped less likely to get pregnant?

you couldn't have possibly educated yourself on the mechanics of impregnation that quickly.

Can you answer?

So how does this have ANY bearing on someone being raped less likely to get pregnant?


ok, since you are apparently not going to educate yourself, allow me.
Did you know that you can get pregnant up to a week after intercourse? Did you know that ovulation after intercourse is enough to become pregnant? If you prevent ovulation in some way - by means of a hugely stressful occurrence, for example - you have reduced the likelihood that that act of intercourse will result in pregnancy?

As the doctor said, if the woman has already ovulated, it has no bearing on the situation. That's why Akin was wrong.

Put another way - a completely stress free woman has intercourse at some random time during her cycle. That exact same woman undergoes some extremely stressful event right before having intercourse at some other random time during her cycle. All things considered, she is more likely to become pregnant in the first scenario than the second.
 
2013-01-11 02:05:28 PM  

cameroncrazy1984: someonelse: skullkrusher: someonelse: skullkrusher: Corvus: pdee: Why are fark libs incapable of reading an article and responding to what it actually says. This whole thread is a circle jerk of glee at what you want to pretend they said.

He said he was partially right about the body makes it hard for a woman to get pregnant from a rape, then his explanation said it has actually no bearing on it whatsoever making Akins 100% wrong.

That's what the article said.

his explanation is why Akin was partially wrong.

In what way was he right, according to Gingrey? Because I'm not seeing it. He says adrenaline can prevent ovulation, therefore Akin was partly right. Wut?

exactly. Women get pregnant when they are ovulating. If they do not ovulate, they do not get pregnant.

If the stress of a rape prevents ovulation, the only pregnancy being prevented is one caused by future sex, not the rape that is preventing ovulation.

I think he figured that out now, which is why he's no longer responding to this point.


No he will try to pretend he meant something else. He always does or start name calling like usual.
 
2013-01-11 02:05:29 PM  
skullkrusher:

educate yourself on the mechanics of impregnation and it'll make sense.

God, there is just so many places to go with this.... I just gave you the derp color and the note "claims to be familiar with the mechanics of impregnation (obvious lie)"
 
2013-01-11 02:06:19 PM  

Gecko Gingrich: skullkrusher: worst. shill. ever.

Hey look, we agree!


if your point was that you're a moron, then yep, we sure do
 
2013-01-11 02:06:32 PM  

skullkrusher: As the doctor said, if the woman has already ovulated, it has no bearing on the situation. That's why Akin was wrong.


So he is WRONG now? Funny I thought you and Gingrey were saying he was "partially correct". Which is it?
 
2013-01-11 02:06:56 PM  

someonelse: skullkrusher: someonelse: skullkrusher: Corvus: pdee: Why are fark libs incapable of reading an article and responding to what it actually says. This whole thread is a circle jerk of glee at what you want to pretend they said.

He said he was partially right about the body makes it hard for a woman to get pregnant from a rape, then his explanation said it has actually no bearing on it whatsoever making Akins 100% wrong.

That's what the article said.

his explanation is why Akin was partially wrong.

In what way was he right, according to Gingrey? Because I'm not seeing it. He says adrenaline can prevent ovulation, therefore Akin was partly right. Wut?

exactly. Women get pregnant when they are ovulating. If they do not ovulate, they do not get pregnant.

If the stress of a rape prevents ovulation, the only pregnancy being prevented is one caused by future sex, not the rape that is preventing ovulation.


false
 
2013-01-11 02:07:32 PM  

Corvus: skullkrusher: As the doctor said, if the woman has already ovulated, it has no bearing on the situation. That's why Akin was wrong.

So he is WRONG now? Funny I thought you and Gingrey were saying he was "partially correct". Which is it?


partially right implies partially wrong.
 
2013-01-11 02:07:44 PM  

skullkrusher: As the doctor said, if the woman has already ovulated, it has no bearing on the situation. That's why Akin was wrong.

Put another way - a completely stress free woman has intercourse at some random time during her cycle. That exact same woman undergoes some extremely stressful event right before having intercourse at some other random time during her cycle. All things considered, she is more likely to become pregnant in the first scenario than the second.


So you're saying that Akin is right because some women are so turned on by their rape they go out and get laid as quickly as possible afterward, and THOSE women have a harder time getting pregnant?
 
2013-01-11 02:08:31 PM  

someonelse: skullkrusher: Corvus: pdee: Why are fark libs incapable of reading an article and responding to what it actually says. This whole thread is a circle jerk of glee at what you want to pretend they said.

He said he was partially right about the body makes it hard for a woman to get pregnant from a rape, then his explanation said it has actually no bearing on it whatsoever making Akins 100% wrong.

That's what the article said.

his explanation is why Akin was partially wrong.

In what way was he right, according to Gingrey? Because I'm not seeing it. He says adrenaline can prevent ovulation, therefore Akin was partly right. Wut?


Sperm can stay alive and active inside a women for quite a long time. A few days IFIRC. Therefor a women could have sex and ovulate later and become preggers.
 
2013-01-11 02:09:01 PM  

skullkrusher: Put another way - a completely stress free woman has intercourse at some random time during her cycle. That exact same woman undergoes some extremely stressful event right before having intercourse at some other random time during her cycle. All things considered, she is more likely to become pregnant in the first scenario than the second.


BUT THAT WOULD NOT BE THE PREGNANCY FROM THE RAPE.

So you point is maybe she get's raped twice once when she is about to ovulate and the some hours later when that ovulation could have been impregnated?

This is hilarious!!!
 
2013-01-11 02:09:20 PM  

Corvus: pdee: Corvus: pdee: Why are fark libs incapable of reading an article and responding to what it actually says. This whole thread is a circle jerk of glee at what you want to pretend they said.

He said he was partially right about the body makes it hard for a woman to get pregnant from a rape, then his explanation said it has actually no bearing on it whatsoever making Akins 100% wrong.

That's what the article said.

No that not what the article said. He explained that stress can prevent a women from ovulating thus preventing her from becoming pregnant. He failed to mention the stress could also prevent the implantation or in the case of extreme stress cause a miscarriage. I would think rape could cause extreme stress.

Lets stick to what he said. So then are you saying ovulation happens at the time of sex to get pregnant? Or does it happen BEFORE?

So how is rape any factor in that?


Sperm can stay alive and active inside a women for quite a long time. A few days IFIRC. Therefor a women could have sex and ovulate later and become preggers.
 
2013-01-11 02:09:44 PM  

skullkrusher: Corvus: skullkrusher: As the doctor said, if the woman has already ovulated, it has no bearing on the situation. That's why Akin was wrong.

So he is WRONG now? Funny I thought you and Gingrey were saying he was "partially correct". Which is it?

partially right implies partially wrong.


You didn't say "Partially wrong" you said "wrong" JUST LIKE I DID!!!
 
2013-01-11 02:09:58 PM  

Corvus: skullkrusher: Put another way - a completely stress free woman has intercourse at some random time during her cycle. That exact same woman undergoes some extremely stressful event right before having intercourse at some other random time during her cycle. All things considered, she is more likely to become pregnant in the first scenario than the second.

BUT THAT WOULD NOT BE THE PREGNANCY FROM THE RAPE.

So you point is maybe she get's raped twice once when she is about to ovulate and the some hours later when that ovulation could have been impregnated?

This is hilarious!!!


how could you possibly misconstrue what I said so amusingly?
 
2013-01-11 02:10:31 PM  

what_now: My god. You people are utter fools. You want to keep dragging up this derp? Please do. Us broads have long memories.


I'm amazed more  men aren't pissed. They're even less likely to be believed about rape than a woman. If they're doubling down on man-on-woman rape, what's going to happen when it's woman-on-man or man-on-man?
 
2013-01-11 02:10:48 PM  

pdee: Sperm can stay alive and active inside a women for quite a long time. A few days IFIRC. Therefor a women could have sex and ovulate later and become preggers.


So it's the woman's fault for not douching after being raped. Good point!!!
 
2013-01-11 02:10:57 PM  
This thread is awesome, if only for skullcrusher's and pdee's hilarious attempts to enlighten us on how the female reproductive system works.

Please, proceed.
 
2013-01-11 02:11:12 PM  
At the same chamber of commerce breakfast, Rep Gingrey also praised a gun store that has been tied to illegal guns.

He's like the gift that keeps on giving.

Link
 
2013-01-11 02:11:19 PM  

rev. dave: He is my congressman. No one opposed him this time around and it looks like that may continue. Stuck with him.


Run for office, or convince a friend to do so.  He has offered an excellent campaign platform- you can run on the "anti-rape" agenda and force him to either backpedal or stand by his comments.  The McCaskill v. Akins race makes it pretty clear that you could count on a lot of donations coming in.
 
2013-01-11 02:11:24 PM  

Gosling: They doubled down, the next card came up, they lost the hand. This is taking your pants off, slapping them on the table and saying 'double or nothing'.


Hey, how'd you hear about my house rules for card games?
 
2013-01-11 02:11:45 PM  
"I've delivered lots of babies, and I know about these things"

Unless the topic is delivering babies, that doesn't actually mean anything.
 
2013-01-11 02:12:03 PM  

skullkrusher: Corvus: skullkrusher: Put another way - a completely stress free woman has intercourse at some random time during her cycle. That exact same woman undergoes some extremely stressful event right before having intercourse at some other random time during her cycle. All things considered, she is more likely to become pregnant in the first scenario than the second.

BUT THAT WOULD NOT BE THE PREGNANCY FROM THE RAPE.

So you point is maybe she get's raped twice once when she is about to ovulate and the some hours later when that ovulation could have been impregnated?

This is hilarious!!!

how could you possibly misconstrue what I said so amusingly?


OK explain the scenario then. Using the explanation Gingrey made.

You have been changing your story so much every time you get called out.
 
2013-01-11 02:12:07 PM  

Corvus: pdee: Sperm can stay alive and active inside a women for quite a long time. A few days IFIRC. Therefor a women could have sex and ovulate later and become preggers.

So it's the woman's fault for not douching after being raped. Good point!!!


Yup. It's every woman's responsibility to dump the evidence.
 
2013-01-11 02:12:26 PM  

Corvus: skullkrusher: Corvus: skullkrusher: As the doctor said, if the woman has already ovulated, it has no bearing on the situation. That's why Akin was wrong.

So he is WRONG now? Funny I thought you and Gingrey were saying he was "partially correct". Which is it?

partially right implies partially wrong.

You didn't say "Partially wrong" you said "wrong" JUST LIKE I DID!!!


yes, that was how he's wrong. What Akin said isn't applicable in all cases of rape, in part because if the woman has already ovulated the "horse is out of the barn" as Gingrey said.
 
2013-01-11 02:12:43 PM  

Apos: rev. dave: He is my congressman. No one opposed him this time around and it looks like that may continue. Stuck with him.

You have my sympathies, sir.


It is that kind of crap that makes these fools so bold. I am not the political type or I would try. But there are lots of rural locations in his district and there are a lot of rednecks among them with rebel flags on their trucks.
 
2013-01-11 02:13:03 PM  

Corvus: He always does or start name calling like usual.


Exhibit A:

skullkrusher:
if your point was that you're a moron, then yep, we sure do
 
2013-01-11 02:13:16 PM  

skullkrusher: Corvus: skullkrusher: Put another way - a completely stress free woman has intercourse at some random time during her cycle. That exact same woman undergoes some extremely stressful event right before having intercourse at some other random time during her cycle. All things considered, she is more likely to become pregnant in the first scenario than the second.

BUT THAT WOULD NOT BE THE PREGNANCY FROM THE RAPE.

So you point is maybe she get's raped twice once when she is about to ovulate and the some hours later when that ovulation could have been impregnated?

This is hilarious!!!

how could you possibly misconstrue what I said so amusingly?


Answer my question then:

"Women driving makes it impossible for them to get pregnant!" - Is that statement also "partially right" since some women are stressed by driving?
 
2013-01-11 02:13:55 PM  

PsiChick: what's going to happen when it's woman-on-man or man-on-man?


Easy, those don't exist, silly. Deny, deny, deny.
 
2013-01-11 02:14:14 PM  

amiable: This thread is awesome, if only for skullcrusher's and pdee's hilarious attempts to enlighten us on how the female reproductive system works.

Please, proceed.


apparently you are in need of enlightenment
 
2013-01-11 02:14:15 PM  
What cracks me up is that the GOP is so farking stupid to cater to the 20% of the religious right at the expense of the remaining 80% who they really piss off.  Obviously, these guys fail at math as well as common sense.
 
2013-01-11 02:14:16 PM  

skullkrusher: Corvus: skullkrusher: Corvus: skullkrusher: As the doctor said, if the woman has already ovulated, it has no bearing on the situation. That's why Akin was wrong.

So he is WRONG now? Funny I thought you and Gingrey were saying he was "partially correct". Which is it?

partially right implies partially wrong.

You didn't say "Partially wrong" you said "wrong" JUST LIKE I DID!!!

yes, that was how he's wrong. What Akin said isn't applicable in all cases of rape, in part because if the woman has already ovulated the "horse is out of the barn" as Gingrey said.


So why is it when I said he is wrong, you freak out and say I am wrong but it's ok for you to now say he was wrong?
 
2013-01-11 02:14:47 PM  
Okay this conversation is officially stupid. I'm out of here.
 
2013-01-11 02:15:04 PM  

Corvus: skullkrusher: Corvus: skullkrusher: Put another way - a completely stress free woman has intercourse at some random time during her cycle. That exact same woman undergoes some extremely stressful event right before having intercourse at some other random time during her cycle. All things considered, she is more likely to become pregnant in the first scenario than the second.

BUT THAT WOULD NOT BE THE PREGNANCY FROM THE RAPE.

So you point is maybe she get's raped twice once when she is about to ovulate and the some hours later when that ovulation could have been impregnated?

This is hilarious!!!

how could you possibly misconstrue what I said so amusingly?

Answer my question then:

"Women driving makes it impossible for them to get pregnant!" - Is that statement also "partially right" since some women are stressed by driving?


Are you equating the stress of driving with rape? I think it requires a bit more than driving.
 
2013-01-11 02:15:40 PM  

Miss Nova: Dear Repubs:

You know how you keep arguing again and again for special circumstances in which rape is okay? That tells me you want to rape. A lot. It tells me that you can't stop thinking about rape.

You are some sad, sick farks.


No one ever said rape is ok.

I know that demagoguing works and that's why BOTH sides keep doing it. But we really should look at its consequences. What Akin said is stupid enough to be refuted with facts. The lesson we are sending to our politicians is never engage in facts. Keep statements in the 'i love mom and apple pie' meaningless BS or just make promises you know you will never keep 'I will cut the deficit in half in 4 years'. If a politician says anything factual he gets killed.
 
2013-01-11 02:15:42 PM  

sprawl15: Corvus: pdee: Sperm can stay alive and active inside a women for quite a long time. A few days IFIRC. Therefor a women could have sex and ovulate later and become preggers.

So it's the woman's fault for not douching after being raped. Good point!!!

Yup. It's every woman's responsibility to dump the evidence.


And according to skullkrusher and pdee women don't try to clean up after rapes. I guess it's because they are all whores or something.
 
2013-01-11 02:16:10 PM  

serial_crusher: So, when scientists tell us global warming is real we're supposed to believe them because they're scientists,
but when scientists tell us legitimate rape doesn't make you pregnant, we're not supposed to believe them because legitimate rape is just a theory?


Go get some coffee. You're really off your game today.
 
2013-01-11 02:16:22 PM  

skullkrusher: Corvus: skullkrusher: Corvus: skullkrusher: Put another way - a completely stress free woman has intercourse at some random time during her cycle. That exact same woman undergoes some extremely stressful event right before having intercourse at some other random time during her cycle. All things considered, she is more likely to become pregnant in the first scenario than the second.

BUT THAT WOULD NOT BE THE PREGNANCY FROM THE RAPE.

So you point is maybe she get's raped twice once when she is about to ovulate and the some hours later when that ovulation could have been impregnated?

This is hilarious!!!

how could you possibly misconstrue what I said so amusingly?

Answer my question then:

"Women driving makes it impossible for them to get pregnant!" - Is that statement also "partially right" since some women are stressed by driving?

Are you equating the stress of driving with rape? I think it requires a bit more than driving.


Actually many women have panic attacks while driving. So will you answer?
 
2013-01-11 02:16:27 PM  

Corvus: skullkrusher: Corvus: skullkrusher: Corvus: skullkrusher: As the doctor said, if the woman has already ovulated, it has no bearing on the situation. That's why Akin was wrong.

So he is WRONG now? Funny I thought you and Gingrey were saying he was "partially correct". Which is it?

partially right implies partially wrong.

You didn't say "Partially wrong" you said "wrong" JUST LIKE I DID!!!

yes, that was how he's wrong. What Akin said isn't applicable in all cases of rape, in part because if the woman has already ovulated the "horse is out of the barn" as Gingrey said.

So why is it when I said he is wrong, you freak out and say I am wrong but it's ok for you to now say he was wrong?


yes, he was partially wrong. He was also partially right as stress can prevent ovulation. Ovulation occurring after sex can still result in pregnancy.
I haven't freaked out at all. Who's the one posting 3 responses to each post and relying on caps?
 
2013-01-11 02:17:14 PM  

pdee: Miss Nova: Dear Repubs:

You know how you keep arguing again and again for special circumstances in which rape is okay? That tells me you want to rape. A lot. It tells me that you can't stop thinking about rape.

You are some sad, sick farks.

No one ever said rape is ok.

I know that demagoguing works and that's why BOTH sides keep doing it. But we really should look at its consequences. What Akin said is stupid enough to be refuted with facts. The lesson we are sending to our politicians is never engage in facts. Keep statements in the 'i love mom and apple pie' meaningless BS or just make promises you know you will never keep 'I will cut the deficit in half in 4 years'. If a politician says anything factual he gets killed.


He's dealing in falsehoods, not facts. There is no such thing as an untrue fact
 
2013-01-11 02:17:18 PM  

Corvus: sprawl15: Corvus: pdee: Sperm can stay alive and active inside a women for quite a long time. A few days IFIRC. Therefor a women could have sex and ovulate later and become preggers.

So it's the woman's fault for not douching after being raped. Good point!!!

Yup. It's every woman's responsibility to dump the evidence.

And according to skullkrusher and pdee women don't try to clean up after rapes. I guess it's because they are all whores or something.


aww, this is cute. Now you think "cleaning up" is an effective means of preventing pregnancy.
 
2013-01-11 02:17:20 PM  

skullkrusher: Corvus: skullkrusher: Corvus: skullkrusher: Put another way - a completely stress free woman has intercourse at some random time during her cycle. That exact same woman undergoes some extremely stressful event right before having intercourse at some other random time during her cycle. All things considered, she is more likely to become pregnant in the first scenario than the second.

BUT THAT WOULD NOT BE THE PREGNANCY FROM THE RAPE.

So you point is maybe she get's raped twice once when she is about to ovulate and the some hours later when that ovulation could have been impregnated?

This is hilarious!!!

how could you possibly misconstrue what I said so amusingly?

Answer my question then:

"Women driving makes it impossible for them to get pregnant!" - Is that statement also "partially right" since some women are stressed by driving?

Are you equating the stress of driving with rape? I think it requires a bit more than driving.


Are you saying Gingrey was equating not drinking wine with being raped?
 
2013-01-11 02:17:33 PM  

Corvus: pdee: Corvus: pdee: Why are fark libs incapable of reading an article and responding to what it actually says. This whole thread is a circle jerk of glee at what you want to pretend they said.

He said he was partially right about the body makes it hard for a woman to get pregnant from a rape, then his explanation said it has actually no bearing on it whatsoever making Akins 100% wrong.

That's what the article said.

No that not what the article said. He explained that stress can prevent a women from ovulating thus preventing her from becoming pregnant. He failed to mention the stress could also prevent the implantation or in the case of extreme stress cause a miscarriage. I would think rape could cause extreme stress.

So some women are on the birth control. And Birth control makes it harder to get pregnant too. Those women get raped. So that also supports that it's harder to get pregnant from rape too using that logic right?


Rape causes stress. Your statement is nonsense.
 
2013-01-11 02:17:39 PM  
Never interrupt your enemy when he is making a mistake
 
2013-01-11 02:18:01 PM  

skullkrusher: Corvus: skullkrusher: Corvus: skullkrusher: Corvus: skullkrusher: As the doctor said, if the woman has already ovulated, it has no bearing on the situation. That's why Akin was wrong.

So he is WRONG now? Funny I thought you and Gingrey were saying he was "partially correct". Which is it?

partially right implies partially wrong.

You didn't say "Partially wrong" you said "wrong" JUST LIKE I DID!!!

yes, that was how he's wrong. What Akin said isn't applicable in all cases of rape, in part because if the woman has already ovulated the "horse is out of the barn" as Gingrey said.

So why is it when I said he is wrong, you freak out and say I am wrong but it's ok for you to now say he was wrong?

yes, he was partially wrong. He was also partially right as stress can prevent ovulation. Ovulation occurring after sex can still result in pregnancy.
I haven't freaked out at all. Who's the one posting 3 responses to each post and relying on caps?


You didn't answer my question:

So why is it when I said he is wrong, you freak out and say I am wrong but it's ok for you to now say he was wrong?
 
2013-01-11 02:18:08 PM  

amiable: This thread is awesome, if only for skullcrusher's and pdee's hilarious attempts to enlighten us on how the female reproductive system works.

Please, proceed.


^^^^^^^^^^^^^

you can tell they do not own the equipment.

They also seem to think that a woman would even consider the idea of having sex AFTER she's been raped, as they are using this as a talking point "sperm can live for DAYS....blah de blah blah"

It's a fun read here at work on a slow friday afternoon.
 
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