Well That Explains The OWS Rape Tents


Nutroots Nation is meeting again:

Netroots panelists: People who work multiple jobs aren’t sexually liberated because they don’t have time for sex

Americans who work multiple jobs are being sexually repressed by society because they don’t have time for sex, according to a panel at the 2013 Netroots Nation conference.

The panel, called “Free your Ass: Defining and Creating a Progressive Sexual Culture,” featured sex educators and activists. Several of the panelists expressed that low-income or homeless people have limited access to their sexuality because of their economic situations.

“When we’re working on housing, we’re working on housing because it’s a basic human right, but also when you have access to stable secure housing, you have access to privacy to experience your own body,” said Jaclyn Friedman, an author and host of the podcast “F**king While Feminist.”

Friedman also said that all other social justice movements, such as race or economics, directly affect the ability for one to have sexual agency.

“What ability, what agency does a queer homeless kid have to pursue their sexuality?” she asked. “Even basic issues of privacy, different abilities, different accesses to education, leisure time, right? Like if you’re working three jobs to make ends meet, you don’t have access to your sexuality either.”

Another panelist, Kierra Johnson, executive director of Choice USA, took Friedman’s point farther, saying that poor people also don’t have the abilities to expand their families like they want.

“If we don’t reclaim our bodies and what it means to have agency, sexually and politically, we get these family cap bonds, where if you’re poor, you’re only allowed to have two children if you’re receiving federal assistance,” she said.

You can’t make this shit up.

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67 Responses to Well That Explains The OWS Rape Tents

  1. myiq2xu says:
  2. myiq2xu says:
  3. wmcb says:

    Ludicrous. Love that bit at the end that society not wishing to pay for however many kids those on public assistance choose to pop out is us oppressing them. Denying them agency.

    Got it? If I don’t hand over my wallet on demand, regardless of whatever responsibility or lack thereof on your part, I am a veritable Nazi. These idiots have redifined freedom, access, and agency to mean “Give me your money. And no you CANNOT have any expectations of me in return!”

    Progs are children. Whining, petulant, tantrum throwing children. And they are in charge. And there are few things more insane and cruel than a world where children rule.

  4. DandyTiger says:

    Nutroots Nation is, well, nuts.

  5. myiq2xu says:


    • Mary says:

      Netroots was always mostly white —remember all the pictures of their conferences? Just like the young volunteers in the Obama election offices—-hardly any minorities.

  6. HELENK says:

    as a commenter at No Quarter says
    and the passing penises can penetrate all the women they want and the woman are supposed to feel happy and free. the new feminism

    • Constance says:

      Sadly it seems progressive women need to feel validated by any sort of male interest.

  7. myiq2xu says:
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  9. myiq2xu says:
  10. I know WE can’t make it up, but that hasn’t stopped the Nutsroot folk. Total load of bull.

  11. angienc says:

    Housing is a basic human right.

    For the everloving fuck! The vile progs are such incompetent morons they can’t even provide themselves with basic human needs — thus the pretense that shelter is a “right” with which the rest of us must hand them on a silver platter.

    I’d be surprised if these fuckheads can even dress themselves.

    • wmcb says:

      If you call something a “right” that another person has to provide for you, then you have basially advocated slavery. You have said that you have an actual inalienable RIGHT to another person’s labor.

      I fully support helpful safety nets, that we as a people voluntarily choose to do, out of compassion. I never mind people asking for help.

      But if you get up in my face and shriek “YOU OWE ME!” at me, my response is to tell you to fuck right off, ain’t giving you a dime.

      • myiq2xu says:

        I think I’ll start a shelter for Vile Progs. But if someone doesn’t claim them within 3 days . . .

      • angienc says:

        As I say: if you depend on/need someone else to pay for your food, shelter & health care, then you’re a house pet nor a free person with “agency” (to borrow a vile prog buzzword they like to throw around but don’t have the first clue about what it actually means).

      • 1539days says:

        The Soviet Union gave everyone a job, a home and food. They ended up with shoddy products, tenements and breadlines.

  12. Lulu says:

    So universal and free birth control still isn’t resulting in any nookie for the Vile Progs? Being in control of the executive of the government, media, and academia and they still can’t get laid. Being holier than thou ideologues and boring asshole bullies isn’t resulting in spectacular sex lives? Blaming others for everything from your shitty financial situation to hangnails is not attracting the level of hotness they thought would materialize? Being a Obama bundler ambassador to an unpaid Obot phone bank monkey and they still have to solicit underage children to get any? It must be because they are so tired, right? They are part of the movement, the rising of Obama and all their personal problems (bad breath, lack of interpersonal skills, misogyny, fascist tendencies, dumbness) would melt away. As Obama’s favorability ratings sink into quicksand so does the Bot’s. It is love and war kids. And you have lost. Go fuck yourself.

    • Lulu says:

      The NSA and FBI spying on everyone and every move we make are like the creepy stalkers that you can’t get rid of. And the idiots who are making excuses and claiming it is to reduce TERROR (for everyone but the citizens they are spying on) is not going to enhance their attractiveness either. Who wants to let that freak near them? So they need to get used to being viewed as freak, stalker, creep pariahs that inform on everyone. Access my email and phone calls? I can’t stop you right now but keep your hands to yourself.

    • angienc says:

      I ❤ you! 🙂

  13. yttik says:

    … Defining and Creating a Progressive Sexual Culture…

    Eww, I think I feel sick…

    Also, it’s kind of funny how so many people target conservatives, especially women, Palin, Coulter, Malkin, in their sexual fantasies, revenge or otherwise. When was the last time a vile prog was the focus? I think never. Not too many people fantasizing about Donna Brazille or Candy Crowley, even in a bad way. Maybe it’s not wealth envy or class envy, maybe it’s really just been sex envy all along.

  14. myiq2xu says:
    • yttik says:

      And Paula Deen! I’m not sure what she’s done, but boy is she in trouble.

      • Constance says:

        I hope another channel picks up Paula’s shows. Food network is crazy. They should just tell basic cable subscribers, “if you don’t like it don’t watch it” like they say to all the rest of us who don’t want to subsidize idiocy by having MSNBC in our channel lineup.

  15. DeniseVB says:

    When I went to NN (formerly called Yearly Kos) back in 2007, I couldn’t help but notice most of the panels then consisted of people advertising their blogs and advocacy groups more than actually trying to accomplish goals. It was the year all the Dem candidates showed up (except Biden) to woo the crowd. Obama wasn’t all that impressive up against Hillary and Edwards, and nobody spoke better than Dennis Kucinich. Within a year, I left the Dem Party.

    Just doesn’t look like they’ve achieved much either since then, other than still blaming Boooooosh.

    When I read through nn13 on twitter, looks like they’re protesting WalMart and Google. Geeesh, probably the only two corporations in the area still hiring 😉

  16. myiq2xu says:
    • DeniseVB says:

      That’s probably a good move since the audio experts so far are split on who’s voice that was. I think the photos of GZ’s bloody head should be proof enough who was screaming.

      Oh, gah. I saw where Sharpton had Trayvon’s attorney (well the family) on his show saying it won’t be a fair trial with 5 white women on the jury. And Paula Deen lost HER job?

      • wmcb says:

        I thought I read somewhere that most of the black jurors dismissals were done by the prosecution? Maybe they know their case is weak, so are deliberately setting it up tp cry foul later.

        • DeniseVB says:

          Well, Sharpton is certainly setting that up to be possible. I feel for GZ, if he’s acquitted, Florida may possibly be burned to the ground 😦

  17. DeniseVB says:

    Hey twitheads, this guy’s serious! So far the only “trolls” I’ve seen are asking questions but this guy wants us to STFU 😀

  18. HELENK says:


    the danger of backtrack’s uncontrollable ego.
    a really good article

  19. HELENK says:

    Communism Could’ve Been a Contender: Daily Kos Blogger

    do ever get the feeling these people never met anyone who actually lived under communism?

    • wmcb says:

      No. Because they always envison themselves as part of the ruling elite, who never actually had to live under communism at all.

  20. HELENK says:


    not only is the IRS vindictive, they are not the sharpest tools in the shed. no oversight.
    would this be enough evidence of incompetence to win against the IRS in any court case?

  21. HELENK says:


    she campaigned, donated for backtrack and made friends with meeeeeeschlle

  22. HELENK says:


    another outrage against veterans

    The unconscionable delays by the Department of Veterans Affairs in processing benefit applications are well known (and continuing). Less publicized are the hurdles the department has erected to prevent millions of wartime veterans and their spouses from receiving their earned aid and attendance (A&A) benefits (sometimes referred to as “enhanced monthly benefits”).

    Veterans and their spouses are entitled to A&A benefits (as much as $2,054 per month in 2013 for an eligible veteran who is married) if one or both of them need someone’s help with an activity of daily living (such as eating, bathing, dressing, going to the bathroom, or adjusting a prosthetic device).

    please pass this article to veterans who might need it
    thank you

  23. HELENK says:


    Egypt heading toward civil war.
    backtrack bunch training American troops to send to Egypt

    coin toss Syria or Egypt

  24. swanspirit says:

    This woman in the Irish Parliament is hot , under the collar

  25. wmcb says:

    So ABC once again goes looking for those evil evil HATEFUL Christians in Texas, and fails to find any.

    It’s very simple for most Christians: People are *allowed* to do things you think are wrong. Don’t mistreat them if they do. As for myself, I think those who think homosexuality is wrong, are wrong. Guess what? I’m not allowed to hate and villify them for being wrong in my view, either. It’s about how you treat people, not forcing everyone to believe the same things.


  26. HELENK says:


    in the you can not make this up catagory
    infamous mesh mask bank robber connected to 19 robberies is top immigrant rights activist.

    guess you had to fund it somehow

  27. HELENK says:


    I saw this yesterday. I have never had a president that presents this picture to the rest of the world

    I cry for my country

    • HELENK says:

      the first president I remember is Roosevelt. Every president until now, whether or not I agreed with their policies never made the country seem weak. none were an embarrassment to the country. Bush may have been looked at as a bumpkin by the Europeans but they never doubted his strength

  28. HELENK says:


    this looks like it could be big.
    Court agrees to release 2011 ruling on NSA

    • HELENK says:

      Court Agrees To Release 2011 Ruling Calling NSA’s Spying Unconstitutional And Illegal, Over DOJ’s Objections

  29. HELENK says:


    sessions border security amendment does not hire agents until 2017.

    until then come on over bring your friends and family. you will get government benefits and right now there are enough suckers that are taxed to pay for your goodies that it should last you a lifetime

  30. HELENK says:


    border agents to be sentenced for smuggling illegals into country.
    why are they going to jail? they are just doing what the backtrack bunch wants

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