You know what isn’t funny ever? Rape jokes. Especially rape jokes that are made at the expense of a rape survivor.
This is so bad they even sent someone out onto the stage to tell him to shut up.
By the way, in breaking news, Ashley Judd just tweeted that buying Apple products, again, is akin to rape. From her iPhone. Rape—now she knows how my brain felt after Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood. Oh, she said it. What is this obsession with Ashley Judd and rape? It’s pretty unnerving.
Yeah. What is this obsession with Ashley Judd and rape?
It could have something to do with the fact that Judd has been raped three times in her life and she is using her experience and her hardship to speak out on behalf of other women who, unlike her, may be placing shame on themselves rather than their attackers.
When Judd spoke before congress several weeks ago, she said that she does not feel shame for what happened to her because she places the shame on her attackers. And in the rape culture we live in, which we just discussed here, it is very common for women and girls to place the shame and the blame on themselves.
According to Fox News contributor and life-long Frat Boy Steve Crowder, this is all very, very funny.
I can’t imagine why the Republican party is having difficulty reaching out to women.
Conservatives aren’t funny.
(H/T Timothy Murphy)