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New Hampshire Republicans Josh Moore and Al Baldasaro Support Rape By Arguing For Law That Women Who Breastfeed Deserve To Have Their Nipples Pinched

January 5, 2016

Every so often I get so disgusted by the male rape culture that I have to just call it out for what it is: men punishing women for being women. It’s a tough place to be a woman here in the United States, but in New Hampshire, “Representatives” (God, I hate to even call them that) Josh Moore and Al Baldasaro have written Facebook posts, complete with typos, arguing that they want a law that allows men to pinch breastfeeding women’s nipples. I. Kid. You. Not.

“Don’t give me the liberal talking points Amanda. If it’s a woman’s natural inclination to pull her nipple out in public and you support that, than you should have no problem with a mans [inclination] to stare at it and grab it. After all, it’s ALL relative and natural, right?”-Josh Moore

Natural and relative for men to hurt women’s sexual organs simply because that’s what men do? According to Josh Moore it is, and should be protected by law. Rape much, Josh?

All the rest of the populace most likely understands that these men are unhinged. Josh Moore and Al Baldasaro are this week’s proud winners of the Asshole(s) of the Week Award.

Republicans, if you wanted a slapdash answer to your subversive whining about why your party is out of touch? Ask Josh Moore and Al Baldasaro.

Al Baldasaro compares breastfeeding to a “pervert show”:

“Amanada, No disrespect, but your nipple would be the last one I would want to see,” Baldasaro said. “You want to turn our family beach’s into a pervert show. Liberterians want a nude beach, put your money together and buy one, if you want to expose you kids to nudity, go for it. Some of us liberty minded Reps do beleive in family values.”

I didn’t fix the typos just to demonstrate the promoted idiocy of the Republican party.

Josh Moore has apparently come under a firestorm for his sexual predator ways, and well, threatening to sexually assault breastfeeding mothers across America, and has posted this latest to FB:

I fully support a mother’s right to breastfeed. My comment was misrepresented and was not a threat towards my colleague. My initial comment was altered by many outlets to appear as if I suggested that sexual assault would be an appropriate response to public nudity. I emphatically denounce any man’s unwanted advances towards any woman under any circumstances. I have always defended family values and will continue to do so.

Family values for Josh include sexual assault, apparently. There is no “altering” that aspect.

Baldasaro, who tweeted later that his constituents were “stupid” said in another post:

“I am not a shamed [sic] of a dam [sic] thing, you sit there, hold your breath and wait for my apologie [sic],” Baldasaro wrote.

Apparently stupid for Baldasaro is relative only to the female gender.

The real question is: why is this kind of sexual harassment allowed in the United States government branches?

 

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