I do not like it, Mr. Akin.

Via on Aug 26, 2012

I love this, I do. I love this in a shoe. I love this big and small, I love this wow wow wow.

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FTW bonus: the Raging Grannies.

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The Renegade Raging Grannies let Todd Akin know what they think of his Neanderthal concepts about how women’s bodies work. See full lyrics at www.raginggrannies.net

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6 Responses to “I do not like it, Mr. Akin.”

  1. terri says:

    the only thing… a louse can’t get a human pregnant, but it’s a good poem. lol

  2. Howie says:

    Hmmm I'm thinking they are using the word louse as a term about a bad person.

  3. Christy says:

    Many thanks to Unfundamentalist Christians for posting it on facebook first. It is an excerpt from a blog post called, "The Talk: Sex Ed Even Legislators Can Understand. And yes, a louse is a contemptible or unpleasant person, a parasite. A fox is a hottie. Thanks so much for picking it up. Christy

  4. Melinda says:

    Thanks for posting this. I hope to see more of Christy Caine's writing on elephantjournal.com as it is always eloquent and insightful.

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