Sandra Fluke, Isn't a "Slut"….She Just Has A LOT of Sex!

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t=”49″ />Question: Why do people go to college?

That is the first thing that needs to be answered before you dive deeper into this subject. Either the answer is (a.) Because they want to get an education that leads to a career, (b.) Their parents are just making them and they can’t wait to get out or possibly (c.) Because they want to have sex…in abundance.

The debate over contraception, which is really a cloak for the debate on religious freedom, got heated last week when Georgetown Law student, Sandra Fluke, gave a mock testimony on the need for her college, and those like it, to provide contraception for “women’s health” to the student body, no pun intended. However, that testimony was ripped apart by conservative commentators like Rush Limbaugh and lead to a heated debate on the rhetoric towards women because Limbaugh, in an effort to fight obnoxious absurdity with the like through humor, referred to her as a “slut”. This also lead to the President calling Fluke to “see how she was handling it”. What a Superman.

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In the above video in her testimony, Sandra Fluke said that female students average about $3,000 a year in contraception. Let’s take a look at a breakdown of that:

According to the CVS website, a “pleasureable” box of 36 condoms cost $15.49. Divide that into a year and you have 6,972 condoms OR enough for sex 19 times a day. WOW.

I am sure Pelosi would love my use of this, the Planned Parenthood website states that birth control pills cost on average is, at most, $50/month. Making a year come to $600.

Let’s go the extra mile and make sure the “women’s health” is doubled down on. $600 for the birth control, leaves $2,400 for condoms, which still allows for 5,577 to be bought OR for Ms. Fluke to have sex 15 times a day while her partner uses a condom and she uses birth control. Some extra advice to Ms. Fluke, if Georgetown offers an extracurricular activities that involve being an equestrian, skip them. (And yes, they do).

Sex is not something that people need, which means contraception is not a right no matter how entitled you think you are to it. If you think you should be provided it because kids are going to do it anyway at college, maybe they should also provide you with a bag of weed and a keg of beer every semester as well, hell, kids are doing that too!

Funny how THIS article came out around the same time. A Stonehill College student, Lindsay Blankmeyer, is suing the school because they have not addressed the issue of her roommate’s sexual behavior driving her into a suicidal depression. While I think both Sandra Fluke and this Lindsay Blankmeyer are both ridiculous in their claims, who has a more solid case? At least Lindsay seems to be more focused on the task at hand… education.

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