7 Reasons Why Republicans Are Bad At Sex

(Warning: this post contains adorable photos of elephants who are angry about being associated with Republicans.)

To have or not have sex is a very personal choice. It’s one of the few times in our lives when we get to decide the where, why, how and who of the experience, and use our own free will to choose the course of action. From the first time we do it to the thousandth time we do it, the doing should belong to us and no one else. At least that’s how I see it. Most Republicans? Ahh, not so much.

Most Republicans are not good at sex. Not all, but most. I mean, I bet some of them are a good lay, but ultimately, a good chunk of them really don’t understand the virtues of safety, choice, education and fun, which to me is like, the world’s biggest deal breaker.

Here are 10 Reasons Why Most Republicans Are Bad At Sex:

 1. They are scared of doctors.


A lot of republicans have wanted to defund Planned Parenthood since, like, forever. While Planned Parenthood kindly, humanely and thoughtfully serves millions of Americans each year, the GOP still only thinks of it as an abortion clinic. We all know that Planned Parenthood is much more than that. They offer pap smears, ovarian cancer screenings, STI testing and so much more. But all of those things are still so icky to the GOP that former presidential candidate Rick Santorum went so far as to call the organization “a monstrosity”. Really, Rick? We sort of think a monster is someone who takes advantage of women, not someone who serves them and has their best interests at heart.

2. They are control freaks.

A Baby elephant explores the open-air en
Good sex is all about give and take, and frankly, the way many Republicans have been trying to restrict abortion access across the country is totally bossy. They’ve passed a ban in Arkansas on abortions after 12 weeks and in Kansas, they might ban abortions altogether. We already know that abortion bans don’t work, and only makes getting an abortion more dangerous for women. It’s almost as if they want to put us at risk for the sake of their own values.

No, wait, it’s exactly like that.

3. They Are Manipulative.

Passing a ban on abortions is actually pretty difficult, so leaders from the Republican party are continually trying to find ways to make it harder for women to seek them out. In some states, this means passing laws for providers that limit who can and cannot perform abortions. In other states, it is laws about consent and how old a women needs to be before she can make this important choice about her life. Us girls are experts at getting what we want, so we should see this kind of strategic bull-crap from a mile away.

4. They Are Cruel.

Mother elephant and newborn baby go for a swim to beat the heat, Melbourne Zoo, Australia - 24 Jan 2013
Believe it or not, Representative Cathrynn Brown of New Mexico actually tried to make it illegal for rape victims to get abortions, citing the offense as “tampering with the evidence”. I don’t think I need to say anything else about this one, other than maybe… WTF?!

5. They Are Stupid And Want You To Be Stupid, Too.

“Cut sex ed funding? Yes! Cancel a successful HIV and STI prevention program? Sounds great! Continue to preach abstinence only even though it has been proven time and time again to not work and maybe even backfire? Great idea! Defund Planned Parenthood in a region with the highest rates of teen pregnancy? Love it!”- said lots of Republicans who don’t know how babies are (or are not) made.

6. They Are Cheap.


That free or low cost birth control you love so much? Obviously most Republicans want to take it  away from you or make it so stupidly expensive so you can’t afford it anymore. According to many Republicans, there is no such thing as free choice, just limited, costly, impossible choice. Enjoy your yachts and crap, Republicans!

7. They are… boring.

Back in the day, there was a very silly law that made sodomy illegal. At the time, sodomy was defined as any type of sex that was “against nature” – that is, not penis in vagina. These laws made homosexuality against the law, and any kind of foreplay basically forbidden. But, as you know, nature – and well, horny people – find a way. In 2003 (yeah, not that long ago), the anti-sodomy law were deemed unconstitutional (freedom of tongue!), but that did not stop Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli from trying to reinstate it earlier this year. Thankfully, his argument did not pass, which is well and good, but the real question is, um, Ken… have you ever even tried oral? Because it’s so great it deserves its own tax deduction!

Also, did you know that in Texas it is illegal for gay teens to have sex with each other? I mean, as if exploring your sexuality wasn’t scary enough!

So, what can we do about these raging elephants and their anti-sex/anti-woman/homophobic laws? Here are some helpful links:

Planned Parenthood



Images c/o: Flickr, VH1, Getty

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=540050362 Hilary June

    It’s things like this that make me glad I’m not American. Like … what?!

    But the current government of Canada is about as Republican as it can get up here (which is not QUITE as nuts, but pretty damn close). Our current Prime Minister doesn’t actually CARE about women as much, as in, he would just like to ignore and not campaign for or against anything to do with women’s rights. It’s like we don’t exist.

    Actually, it’s too much of an issue, people have ‘too many’ opinions and him taking a stance means he’s less likely to be re-elected. We’re not idiots, Conservative Party of Canada, we know you’re game. But “we” are not your demographic, the idiots and/or the rich are. To him, it’s all about oil and money.

    Sick of old white men (and brainwashed women) in government. Sweden, Norway, Switzerland, Holland, Denmark … that’s where it’s at to be a woman. Thanks for the article (and the elephant photos ahhhhhh)

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1578507288 Korah Lombardi

    I thought hello giggles was welcome to people of all walks of life. Unless your’e even vaguely right wing, apparently.

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1302932024 Shoshana Korman

      couldnt agree more! liberals are tolerant unless in involves conservative ideals. i think it is so antifeminist to act like the only issues women care about are abortion and birth control.

      • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1375222848 Emma Jones

        Thank you, I’m glad I see another women who thinks there are more issues than birth control and abortions when it comes to women. I also can’t really trust an article that uses other articles Hellogiggles that aren’t cited as cited sources of fact.

        • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000611408575 Andrea Guinn

          Agreed. Such hypocrisy from hellogiggles too! Just this month they posted a very positive article about Margaret Thatcher.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=514793374 Courtney Johnson

    This is so disappointing. I love Hello Giggles for being a non-judgemental safe place for all. Do I consider myself Republican? Yes. Do I support every last one of their decisions? No. It’s hurtful that a website I love would label me as cruel, cheap, and stupid simply because they disagree with the opinions of my associated party (opinion which I disagree with, too). I thought this website was above that.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1031040113 Amy Walker

    Like Courtney, Korah, and Shoshana have said (and probably many others that won’t comment, and instead will leave and never come back), this article disappoints me. HelloGiggles preaches acceptance, but now it seems that you can only be accepted if you aren’t a republican.

    Like Courtney, I consider myself a republican for the most part, but disagree with my party on many things, especially some social standpoints that were pointed out in the article. I don’t agree that hellogiggles would pigeon hole me as someone who is bad at sex, boring, cheap, scared of doctors, stupid, cruel, manipulative control freak. So much for a community built as a “a positive online community for women” (I took that right from your footer that’s on every page.) This doesn’t seem positive at all to me. Even if that is what this writer believes, I don’t think it prudent for it to be published here in this positive community.

    This article hurts to read.

    This article exists only to bring people down, by making their counterparts feel superior by name calling and bullying. That’s something that I never thought would apply to the hellogiggles brand. Also makes me wonder what your advertisers would think…

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=540050362 Hilary June

      Re-read the 3rd paragraph. The article clearly says “Not all republicans [are like this]”

      How is this articl not positive for women? It’s an article pointing out things in a government agency that are completely NEGATIVE for women, therefore it is encouraging research and discussion and most of all it encourages indiviual thoughts. Think about it. I see that as a positive thing. If you’re going to identify with something (“for the most part”, you either vote for them or you don’t), it’s best to know as much as you can about it. If you’re fine with being associated with the most negative aspects of it, well then that is totally your perogative.

      Maybe you could write your own article about how Republicans are actually feminist and generally a good thing for women? I’d be interested to see how that would turn out.

      • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=552839103 Brittany Dunton

        “How is this article not positive for women?”
        -Because I am a woman and it has upset me. It has attacked me and put a negative label on me as a person by someone who has never met me. That is why.

        • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=540050362 Hilary June

          It is one persons opinion – but mostly just facts – about a political party. If you associate with that party and find the article negative or upsetting, maybe take a closer look at the party you support and decide if you want to support it, instead of getting upset by an article.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=187902198 Jillian Brûlé

    Stop using cute baby elephants in this article. I was also kinda shocked that this was published too.
    It could have have been presented in a way that was less attacking of those who are Republicans.

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=540050362 Hilary June

      It’s mostly just facts about things the party has done … if you feel attacked by that then you have some thinking to do.

      • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1031040113 Amy Walker

        Yes, I feel attacked by being called “stupid,” “boring,” “cheap,” “cruel,” and “manipulative.” You wouldn’t?

        • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=540050362 Hilary June

          Not if the party I supported did things that could be called, quite rightfully so, those things (with examples and proof.) What would you call an organization that, as a major platform, wants to ban abortion and do countless other things to opress women and their rights? Kind? And by association, what would you call people who supported said organization? Feminist?

          • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000611408575 Andrea Guinn

            What I don’t think you understand is that AS A WOMAN, I despise abortion, as do a great deal of other women. Not wanting babies to be killed does not make me “stupid,” “boring,” “cheap,” “cruel,” and “manipulative.” and I don’t enjoy being falsly labeled as such. Does the opression of unborn infants matter to you?

            • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=540050362 Hilary June

              Since you have brought this right down to the issue of abortion and asked my opinion, here it is: Whatever a woman wants to do with HER BODY is up to her. Since a baby is INSIDE a woman, that makes it her body and what she chooses to do with it is her choice. If a woman wants to have an abortion, that is her decision and doesn’t affect me or you. I don’t believe a government should be dictation what people can and cannot do with their bodies in this regard. Why do you care what some woman you don’t know does with her body? It’s none of your business.

              • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000611408575 Andrea Guinn

                It’s not just the mother’s body in question. It’s 2 bodies. The mother’s and the child’s. It matters to me because it’s no different if a toddler were about to be hit by a car and I simply didn’t care because it’s that toddler’s body, not mine. Literally there is no difference. It is beyond wrong to kill someone for the sake of convenience. You can sugar coat it and say it’s the woman’s body, blah blah blah, but it doesn’t change the fact that you’re killing a child. That’s why I care.

        • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=516212956 Kristen McNaule

          I’m super left and was offended on behalf of republicans by this. Cross-party line solidarity!

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=47302367 Anna Maxwell Snyder

    This is the worst piece I’ve ever seen published on this site. Shame on you for overgeneralizing an entire group of people based on a few.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1425266828 Cody Susannah Clark

    I’m saddened that Hello Giggles has stooped to this level of mockery, simply for people who have a differing political opinion. Grow up, and get a new writer. I’m disappointed in this site, now.

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000611408575 Andrea Guinn

      I agree 110% As a republican who used to enjoy hellogiggles, I’m am extremely offended and angered they would let this be posted

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=546860098 Siobhan Kümm

    Ah, yes…the old “it’s not really offensive because I didn’t use the word ‘ALL'” trick. Listen, I am all for people having opinions. I have no problem with that. What I DO have a problem with visiting one of my favourite websites that is supposed to promote positivity, kindness, and acceptance and seeing an article full of name calling and finger pointing. Does the author have a valid argument on her points presented? Maybe. So start a discussion. Ask intelligent questions. Get people thinking. Keep the bullying out of it.

    As a pro-life libertarian leaning Republican, it was AWESOME reading through this article and being told that I’m a “control-freak”, “manipulative,” and “stupid.” Well done, Hello Giggles! But hey…it is your site and you are allowed to post whatever you like. So, cheers to that.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=556505554 Cassie Caminiti

    I agree with what everyone said. Although I am a registered democrat and generally disagree with most all republican policies, I still feel that this article really goes against what Hello Giggles is all about. If you want to post an article criticizing a specific policy or politician based on fact, go right ahead but this just seems juvenile.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=552839103 Brittany Dunton

    Hello Giggles was supposed to be a place where ALL girls could go and feel accepted, but I now feel attacked and talked down to. Each political party has it’s own internal struggles and it is naive to assume that all republicans have the same view points (as you portray them to have) on controversial topics such as these. I am very surprised and disappointed this article was published and saddened to describe it as, on a website that is typically full of love and acceptance, bullying.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=877210301 Elizabeth Lopez

    As a staunch liberal democrat, I have to join the ranks and say I’m horrified by this article. Let’s pretend instead of saying “republicans” the article said “democrats” or “women” or “Hispanics.” Saying “this doesn’t apply to everyone, but I’m about to make a blanket statement about a group of people…” doesn’t make the statement better, just like saying “just kidding” after saying something mean.

    Maybe a better way would be to point out individual republican leaders or to make clear that it’s the party platform that advocates for these viewpoints, but it’s definitely the wrong approach to say “republicans” in general.

    I really think there’s no intelligent or persuasive way to get your point across if you call your opponents “stupid.” It’s a logically fallacious way to argue and it’s just plain mean. Let’s rethink the way we treat and talk about others.

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=546860098 Siobhan Kümm

      “Saying “this doesn’t apply to everyone, but I’m about to make a blanket statement about a group of people…” doesn’t make the statement better, just like saying “just kidding” after saying something mean.”


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  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1389264679 Shelby Marie-Joan Anderson

    I’m sorry, but what? This is by far the most offensive thing I have EVER read from HelloGiggles. Political party does not dictate a person’s life. Am I a republican? No. But I am certainly not going to go around writing slanderous things about their party on a site which is based on tolerance and acceptance. I am appalled that this was allowed to be published. This is offensive and lewd and completely disgusting. Just because you don’t agree with someone does not give you the right to belittle and demean their lifestyle. You do not know them & they do not know you. How dare you throw away others opinions and lifestyle choices just because they are different from yours. I am disappointed in this article. I expected more acceptance and less hatred from a site that hopes to encourage women and encourage free choice.

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1079531843 Ashton Cowart


  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=540050362 Hilary June

    Anna, Cody, and others who are sooo offended by this article it does not mock or overgeneralize, because the author clearly says that not all republicans are like this .. like I said before, this is an article that is mostly facts about things the party has done.

    If you are a supporter of a party that has done ALL OF THE ABOVE, you either need to embrace that, or take a look at yourself and see if you still want to be associated with it when you are obviously so offended hearing the things it has done.

    Those RUNNING the party are all of the things mentioned. Those running the party support all the things it has done. The author is calling the people running the party things such as “cheap” and “cruel”, because those are logical things to call them when you understand the political moves they have made and the things they do/support/believe. One of the main platforms of the party deals with opressing women’s rights.

    I don’t see how you could call the republican party “kind”, “generous”, or “good-for-women”/”feminist” … if you do, please let me know.

    Republican or not, I don’t see how this article is so upsetting to people.

    I think this article awesome, Caitlin. Thank-you for writing it and putting links to become more informed.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1340072484 Abigail Marie Carrozza

    You know I am neither Republican or Democrat but I am very sick of pop culture trying to shape mine and everyone else’s political views. It takes a very small minded person to write an article like this and I thought so much more of this site but have slowly started to shy away from it due to so many political posts that are all one-sided, this is just the icing on the cake. The author should count herself among the cruel for writing this as should the site editors for letting it be published. If you thought cute baby elephants would make you seem less bigoted, you were sorely mistaken.

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=540050362 Hilary June

      This article is presenting you with facts. The author has an opinion about those facts. She is not being cruel for writing something meant to encourage people to THINK about a party they may or may not support.

      • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1340072484 Abigail Marie Carrozza

        But she isn’t just stating facts she is applying attributes to a group of people. That is where she is mistaken, as was stated by others there was a way to make these points while not being offensive and it was not done in that way at all.

        • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=716665340 Sarah Minerella

          Completely agree with you Abigail!

        • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=540050362 Hilary June

          That is what I said. She is stating her opinion about those facts ie. applying attributes to a group of people (while also says not all of this group of people are like this) I don’t see how this is offensive. It is facts and a persons opinions about those facts.
          Instead of being upset by somebody elses opinion, why not look at the facts themselves and form your own opinion about them?

        • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=698406281 Gina Vaynshteyn

          Um….what? What does this have to do with “pop culture”? What do facts about members of the Republican party ACTUALLY wanted to obliterate Planned Parenthood, increase the cost of birth control, and make abortions illegal have to do with POP CULTURE? Seriously. Please let me know.

          • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=698406281 Gina Vaynshteyn


  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=648696643 Tzu-wen Fan

    Regardless of the content, the title is extremely inappropriate.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1419004619 Faith Vokovan

    It seems that quite a few people are offended by the generalization of the party’s politics, but the sad fact of the matter is that the writer is correct in her assessment. The Repubs in charge are doing everything Caitlin is saying. I don’t understand why some people are so offended. What should really offend them is the Republican backwards-thinking politics. Great article, Caitlin.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=557080029 Kirsty Lemare

    Ok so I need to make it absolutely clear that I am British so have no political leanings either way but I read this article with interest. It is clearly an article about Abortion Rights written by someone who feels that the Republican party is taking away the rights of women. Having finished the article and researched the party and its policies I can see why she feels this and I understand why this would be infuriating. I am entirely pro-abortion and the rights of women to choose so in that sense I agree. However. I cannot for the life of me understand why the use of a baby elephant in an article supporting the termination of pregnancy was considered appropriate. Why an entire movement, encompassing swathes of regular Americans was deemed bad at sex and why in general this article almost comes across as patronising to ALL its readers. I can only assume there was a mistaken attempt at humour here but this subject isnt funny and from the comments below, the sad thing is that an article that SHOULD have engendered a fantastic chance to debate womens rights globally has become about one persons political generalisation. I can only hope that the writer takes a bit of feedback – your points are important and weighty and I assume you wanted to put them in an “every woman” kind of way. I dont feel horrified as many others but I do feel a bit sad that an issue that affects women and girls on a global scale wasnt dealt with with just a little more brevity and has instead become about the party – not the policies that so clearly need rationed debate.

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=698406281 Gina Vaynshteyn

      The elephant is a symbol for the Republican party. The donkey is a symbol for the Democratic party. That’s why there are pictures of elephants in this article.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=569602597 Emily O’Sullivan

    I’m really tired of the mean way that HelloGiggles articles are being written these days. I really used to love this site, and now it’s just judgmental and rude, for the most part.

    This is all overgeneralized, tacky and completely rude. Making blanket statements like these about either side are almost always wrong, you cannot speak for everyone within a set of ideas or beliefs. It would be equally as rude for the other side to make rude blanket statements like this about Democrats. And believe me, there’s material. But of what use is that?

    How does this article bring women together and encourage open discussion of different viewpoints? It’s just bitchy. How disappointing…

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=47103197 A.r. Catson

      here, here!

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=540050362 Hilary June

      The article is presenting facts and appropriate things to call those facts “cruel” and “cheap”, etc. It is not offensive in anyway, merely a person writing facts and a bit of her opinion – which we are all entitled to. However, it is important when having an opinion to be as informed as possible, which the author has done and shared that information with is.

      It encourages discussion because I have yet to see anybody comment on how the facts themselves. It’s just people being offended by the words associated with those facts, and those running the party.

      • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=546860098 Siobhan Kümm

        “it encourages discussion”

        No, obviously it does not. If it did, we would be discussing the facts instead of the bullying that they were shrouded in.

        You want to discuss facts? Present them in an intelligent and thoughtful manner.

        • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=540050362 Hilary June

          I see that as a bit of a cop-out. If you wanted to discuss the facts, you’d get over the ‘offensive’ language and make a good case for your side of the issue. All I’ve seen is people whining about the language used to describe actions/facts and ignoring the content of the article completely. Doesn’t say much for the “other side” of this issue.

          • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=87000443 Candice Campbell

            Here is a smart case for my side of the issue…You are are called pro-choice. You want to be able to kill the babies you get pregnant with because you weren’t having sex responsibly. Anyone who is pro-life is anti-woman? Please! I am just anti-stupid, anti-irresponsible, and anti-selfish. If women would make better choices when it comes to sex maybe Republicans would lighten up. But to us, when it comes to killing babies, we just wish you’d make more intelligent decisions instead of having an “I can do what I want without consequences” attitude. Just look at these words for a second….


            There is nothing hateful about those words. Nothing selfish. Just love and the idea that everyone should take responsibility for what they do. There will be consequences to every decision…even abortion. If people don’t want to get pregnant then don’t get pregnant in the first place. It’s pretty easy. If you don’t know how sex works…don’t have it! common sense.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=47103197 A.r. Catson

    Firstly, I’m a democrat. This reads more hateful/bullying to me and less cute/jovial. And if it is truly intended to be as offensive as it comes across, maybe it would have been more successful to just write a direct political opinion piece, rather than hiding behind this unsuccessful, playful artifice.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=34104942 Nicole Phillips

    This is straight up hateful. You trivialize the whole abortion issue and further polarize sides by behaving this childishly. Most pro-life supporters are not anti-woman, but pro- the rights of the child. BOTH are important. Being in favor of the rights of a helpless human being doesn’t make you cruel or stupid.

    Shame on you for thinking you can bully your way into shaming others into thinking like you. So much for civilized dialogue! Way to blow it!

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1419004619 Faith Vokovan

      Zygotes do not have rights. Besides, outlawing abortion will not stop abortions, it will kill women. So it’s not a total stretch to say that if you’re anti-abortion, you’re anti-women..

      • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=87000443 Candice Campbell

        Zygotes don’t have rights? First off this article talks about how Republicans are trying to ban women from having abortions past twelve weeks pregnant. Do you know what a Zygote is? This was my first experience with hellogiggles and I am offended. As a woman I feel like we deserve the same rights as men. However, what right does a man have to an abortion? How can you not see that Planned Parenthood isn’t working anyway. If Liberals (sarcastic over generalization) were so smart about sex they would know how to use birth control and not get pregnant with unwanted babies to begin with. Liberals (again said with sarcasm, because I am sure that there are a few liberals that are a “good”, smart, responsible “lay”) just want to have sex with whoever at whatever age, spread their STDs, get pregnant, and have tax payers provide their abortion or STD medication. SEX is a BIG deal whether you think so or not. Will women go get an illegal abortion in a back alley if Planned Parenthood closes their doors? probably. Is it wrong of me to think the baby she is pregnant with is innocent and worthy of a responsible loving family regardless of her poor choices? She should be thinking of her own safety before any of this happens. Stop being so concerned about your rights and start thinking about your physical and mental health. Start thinking responsibly. Have any of you even thought about the pain a woman suffers from having an abortion? The depression that follows in like 95% of the cases? The emotional trauma of the whole situation? Abortion isn’t casual or funny. stop putting yourself in these situations and this whole issue could be avoided. Do I think that there should be some exceptions for rape victims and incest? Yes I do. Because it wasn’t that woman’s CHOICE to get pregnant to begin with it. Is it still a sad and traumatic experience? YES. You all are pro-choice but continue to make poor choices and expect everyone else to deal with and pay for the result. PLEASE consider being pro-SMART choice with everything you do…..including writing.

        Your stupidity is not funny. It is sickeningly disturbing.

        And the elephants! Those poor innocent elephants were exploited to this horrible, stupid, ridiculous article without their consent. They don’t deserve this. It’s not their fault your symbol is a jackass.

        • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1079531843 Ashton Cowart

          Well said.

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