Well, who knew? The incorporation of the uterus is catching on. Perhaps you’ve heard of the incident in the Florida legislature, where one licentious lawmaker just out and said, “uterus.” Right there, on the floor. This randy rogue of reproduction, Rep. Scott Randolph, was of course noting that if a woman wants to protect her uterus she might just want to incorporate it, what with Republicans being such champions of business (Randolph is a pervy Democrat). Here’s what he said, in all its rampant debauchery:
“The point is that Republicans are always talking about deregulation and big government. But I say their philosophy is small government for the big guy and big government for the little guy. And so, if my wife’s uterus was incorporated or my friend’s bedroom was incorporated, maybe the Republicans would be talking about deregulating.”
If you’re a loyal reader, then this idea will ring a bell, because I’ve already written about this option. Of course, not everyone thinks this is a good idea, or at least talking about it in polite company. Or the House floor. Apparently the House leadership were sick on that day when sex ed was taught, because they think that uterus is a naughty word, and not fit for any youthful ears to hear. Hopefully one of those youth will explain things to them. Then if they’re lucky, those kids will explain how this prudishness has gone viral, and even sparked a campaign by the Florida ACLU. It’s just a uterus fest out there. Do check the campaign out: incorporatemyuterus.com. Assuming of course, that reproductive organs don’t make you squeamish, and you’re a mature adult.
Now, if enough women incorporated their uteri, could we then start merging, forming a conglomerate of uteri? Oh, the possibilities. If AOL can join with Time Warner, and then buy the Huffington Post, maybe – just maybe – one day we carriers of these naughty little uteri can join forces. For good, of course. A benevolent uterati, if you will.