Uterus Is Not A Dirty Word, Says Hoo-Ha Doctor About Down There

Abby Zimet

Entertaining fallout after Florida's GOP House Speaker admonished Rep. Scott Randolph for using "uterus" in a debate, as in, “If my wife incorporated her uterus, you all would say hands off." (He stole the line from his wife.) Randolph has started a petition to protest the 18 anti-choice bills those same legislators have proposed to regulate what the womb they don't want to say the name of can and can't do, and there's an ACLU-sponsored Incorporate My Uterus project. And more from The Onion.

"We should be encouraging an open dialogue with our young women, one that isn't constrained by some outdated facade of 1950s morality," Lazoff said to a crowd of people looking down at their shoes. "I cannot say this clearly enough: Ladies, please, make an appointment to get your annual [looksie-doo], especially if you are [seeing a fella]...."

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