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50 Years Later and the Pill Still Hasn’t Given Feminists the Penises they were Promised!

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Posted on June 25 2010 9:00 am
A life-long conservative Reagan Girl and conservative feminist, Lisa holds a Bachelors of Science in Political Science from Sacred Heart University, Fairfield, CT. Lisa is a staunch, unapologetic, Christian supporter and defender of Israel, who considers herself a spiritual Jew. Lisa resides in CT with her family and assortment of rescued pets.

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What Radical Feminists Really Want: To Be Men

After 50 years on the market, the Pill has radical feminists angry it did not turn them into men.  The Pill did not make women gender equal, it did not give women penises.   Women are still popping pills and hoisting boobs into bras every morning like enslaved women.

50 years of the Pill and women still have breasts!  Now that’s a true crime against humanity.

Radicals are furious women are still getting pregnant (despite the fact radical feminists encourage schools to teach children how to use condoms and simulate sex); after 50 years of radical feminism, why aren’t women evolving into men?  The Pill did not liberate women from that nasty, girly body Feminazis try so hard to be rid of.

If one reads the June 21, 2010 New York Times column “Let The Pill Go Free,” by Kelly Blanchard, president of Ibis Reproductive Health, one easily makes the above assumption:

LAST month, the 50th anniversary of the Food and Drug Administration’s approval of the birth control pill was marked by a lot of discussion about the ways in which the pill has failed to deliver on its promises.  It did not solve women’s problems juggling work and family life — nor did it end gender discrimination or eliminate unintended pregnancies.  Clearly, approving the use of the pill was only the beginning of the effort to meet women’s contraception needs.”

Kelly, Darling, the Pill meets the needs it was invented for:  prevent pregnancy and help women with medical problems requiring extra estrogen.  You feminists are angry the Pill didn’t do what you really hoped it would: grow penises.

Friedan Mystics need Sweden to accomplish that, but that way is permanent: one can’t remove the penis whenever one wants to whore it up with men.  After all, isn’t the whole idea of women being liberated: act like drunken frat boys, have sex with all the men—or women—you can.  Now that’s being a woman!

Blanchard’s column was nonsensical.  She protests the Pill for not making women gender equal, while objecting to the fact the Pill is a prescription drug, she insists need not be, despite side effect warnings Blanchard names:

“It’s true that the pill could be dangerous for women with certain conditions.  Women who are 35 or older and smoke, and those with high blood pressure, are at greater risk of a heart attack or stroke if they take oral contraceptives that combine estrogen and progestin.”

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