Now, women are doing whatever it takes to ensure their reproductive rights while Trump is in office.
Dr. Raegan McDonald-Mosley, Planned Parenthood’s chief medical officer, told Daily Show correspondent Desi Lydic last week that there was a 900 percent increase in appointments for Intrauterine Devices (IUDs) in the days after Trump was elected.
Unlike other forms of birth control, the IUD is inserted into the uterus and prevents pregnancies for between seven and 12 years.
“If you do the math, that’s two Trump terms,” is how one woman explained it to Lydic.” MORE
Women, This Is How To Ask For What You Really Want In Bed
“Why do most women believe that it’s some kind of taboo to tell their male lovers what turns them on? The plain truth is that too many women don’t believe this one simple truth: Most men not only appreciate it, but love it when women tell them what they want when it comes to sexual pleasure…. It’s about giving up our own responsibility for our own pleasure when we go all quiet and not showing up to support our lovers in unlocking the mystery of our own bodies.”
“One of the things that bums me out is seeing young girls who can be so empowered and forthright everywhere else, and then in private they don’t even know that they’re allowed to want things. They’re giving sexual favors and getting nothing in return. You talk about how revelatory it is for these girls when they have an orgasm.
Yeah. One of them said, “I cried. I cried.” I mean, that’s amazing.” MORE