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I did not know that the first time I had sex I consented for anything and everything to be put up my vagina forever more.
I was under the impression that unless I gave consent for each instance of something, anything and everything, going up there, it was rape.
I just didn't know that once I had sex, inside or outside of marriage, consensual or nonconsensual (read:RAPE) that I had just given a blanket multi decade consent for the state, or anyone else for that matter, to put anything up there they damn well pleased.
I don't know why my gynecologist even bothers asking for consent for a pelvic exam, or why anything is considered rape after the first time a woman has sex- because once she spreads her legs she has lost the right to object to anything going up her vagina.
Even if her first time of having sex was rape and that rape resulted in a pregnancy.
Female, CNN contributor Dana Loesch, knows the score. Or at least thinks she does
Dana Loesch: The second hour of the Dana Show 866-455-9797, on-line 971dot com slash Dana . . . that's the big thing that, uh, progressives are trying say that it's, it's rape and so on and so forth. And in fact this big battle that I've totally won with Keith Olbermann, by the way like not only won once but twice and three times, is .. but there were individuals saying (mockingly)
"But what about the Virginia rape. The rapes, the forced rapes of women who are pregnant?"
Wait a minute they had no problem having simular to a trans-vaginal procedure when they engaged in the act that resulted in their pregnancy.
forget her Palinesque word salad
Ms. Loesch (rhymes with roach) said that a woman has no right to bodily integrity after she has her first sex act. It does not matter with whom or the reason. Even if the first sex she had was rape, (the trans-vaginal procedure) which resulted in the pregnancy.
There is no such thing as rape according to Dana Loesch, because consent is assumed after your first act. We're all sluts.
I have been fuming about this all day.
The story of my rape, which I guess it wasn't because not only had I already had sex (I already had 2 children) but I also gave my consent for the pelvic exam.