lunes, 26 de junio de 2017 lunes: Pon una aspirina entre tus rodillas...

Put an Aspirin Between Your Knees and Call Me in the Morning: 
Rick Santorum, Birth Control and the Rhetoric of Indirection 

When is a joke more than a joke? I’ve been asking myself this question since last week, when Foster Friess, Rick Santorum’s mega-rich super PAC patron, made this joke in front of unfortunate soul Andrea Mitchell: “You know, back in my days, they’d use Bayer aspirin for contraceptives. The gals put it between their knees, and it wasn’t that costly.” 

The joke was made in response to the ongoing controversy over birth control and the new health care law. If you don’t get the punch line, let me explain it to you: If a woman is holding an aspirin between her knees, her legs are likely to remain tightly closed, thus preventing any stray penises from wandering in. (If that phrasing makes you shudder, blame Foster Friess for making the joke, not me for explaining it.) (Más)

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