Women vote for the first time in Saudi Arabia. Not for their country's leader, but for the board of directors for the Chamber of Industry and Commerce. But it's a start! Next season, they might even get to vote for Arabian Idol.
Meanwhile, over hyar, where we choose not to vote, thank you, because we are busy getting cheap manicures from recent immigrants, the Supreme Court is reviewing parental notification laws regarding abortion. You know why it's unconstitutional? Because there's no clause that protects the health of the young woman in case the notification/delay creates a risk to her life.
But a Missouri court struck a blow against that state's late-term abortion ban. You know why it's unconstitutional? BECAUSE THERE'S NO CLAUSE THAT PROTECTS THE HEALTH OF THE WOMAN IN CASE THE PREGNANCY CREATES A RISK TO HER LIFE.
It's like a theme! And that theme is, "Drop dead, but don't have an abortion!"
Well, we're all turning into a bunch of swollen-eyed child molesters anyway-- seven separate women last month, including four teachers, busted for having sex with young boys. Is this a new trend in molestation, or is this a new trend in recognizing and reporting abuse? I would be overjoyed if it were easier for men and boys to acknowledge sexual abuse; I am an equal-opportunity hater of rape.
And speaking of traditionally male-centered forms of sexual abuse in the hands of women, leathery panderer Heidi Fleiss is opening a whorehouse for women, staffed by men. Because she has not made enough money off other people's orifices! Now, aren't you sorry I already got married -- don't you all want to come to Nevada for my bachelorette party, so we can pay to suck a stranger's dick?