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Georgetown coed Sandra Fluke wound up in the national spotlight after radio talk show host called her a "slut" for her stance on access and mandated coverage on birth control for women. Birth control is not the only platform to which Fluke has brought her attention. According to columnist Stephen Gutowski, Fluke is a tireless advocate for mandated "sexual reassignment," i.e. sex change surgery as well. Continue Reading

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  1. TinyBig
    3 years ago

    Who is going to pay for the attempted reversal of the gender change when the "discriminated"
    change their mind and no longer want to be a transgender? They always change their mind.

    The Birth Control Federation of America was renamed to Planned Parenthood Federation in 1942. Do they require history classes for law students because we all know what PP is up to.

  2. TinyBig
    3 years ago

    The Birth Control Federation of America was renamed to Planned Parenthood Federation in 1942. Do they require history classes for law students because we all know what PP is up to.

  3. DLL
    3 years ago

    An Obama plant to help get him re-elected. She is so sweet and innocent looking. The mean Catholic Church is so restrictive and mean. Everybody should have a $3000 a year sexual experience,during their college days,with birth control ect. All without co-pays,"free woman's wealth ,health care, spent to encourage overindulgence,promiscuity,and VD. Some Bargain! Some right! What an age! What poor leadership! What a lousy President! I think Ms. Fluke has said enough! I pray she will go run and hide somewhere before she has her whole life ruined by her pathetic testimonys. It is all beginning to make as much sense as Nancy Pelosi and her personal viewpoints. We must pray for them,all as we as Catholics,have no other choice. Penance !!! Happy Lent!

  4. Deanna
    3 years ago

    It seems that all one has to do to repudiate a radical point of view is to simply to label the advocate as "relishing her newfound attention in order to draw attention to her rather 'out there' causes."

  5. Brian A Cook
    3 years ago

    Thank you, Adela.

  6. Alan Fava
    3 years ago

    This is too funny. The vast majority of bishops AND priests are just reaping what they sowed for the last 40 years. Unholy bishops without the guts to lead spiritually their flock bear the biggest share of the guilt. Their absolute silence over pro-abort politicians, except in the case of Patrick Kennedy's bishop, has led to this deplorable state in our spiritual welfare. They have made a mockery of every faithful Catholic's opposition to abortion by not excomunicating the likes of Pelosi, Biden, Sebelius, etc.

  7. Shirley
    3 years ago

    Don't any of you know that it is a mortal sin to engage in sex outside of marriage? Taxpayer funded contraception is a moot point of discussion. There is no debate on this issue. This person is engaging in sinful recreational sex and wants the Catholic taxpayer to pay for it. I DON'T THINK SO, SISTER!

  8. Virginia Piccininni
    3 years ago

    Sandra Fluke is a brazen hussy. Her moral compass is broken, maybe absent entirely.

  9. Pippy
    3 years ago

    I find it disturbing that the article, via proxy, called Ms. Fluke a slut. Just because someone called her that before and they quoted those words doesn't make it right. It tips me off the article is just anti women. What else is new.

  10. Bill Sr.
    3 years ago

    A look behind the headlines these past few years will show anyone with a clear conscience that a new religion has sprung up among our population. It is not Christian, Jew, Muslim nor any other. It is not out of the Bible or Koran. It is Humanism gone wild. It is not divinely nor intellectually inspired. It speaks not of heaven or hell. It is an out growth of mans pathetic dream of divinizing himself and creating Utopia on Earth.
    This latest Babylonian attempt to be something other than what God created us to be will also ultimately fail. In the meantime it has found great favor with those who cherish privilege without price through a governmentally granted modern day royalty of sorts as a reward for their rejection of all other religions which in one way or another may oppose their desires to become masters of human life and its future.
    As we well know it is doomed for failure but at the present those who subscribe to its charter of corruption are unfortunately in power in Washington. The majority of Americans, thank God, are unwilling to be controlled be such zealots and we pray the voices of reason and common sense will prevail in November and but an end to this madness.

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