Mockery more effective than reason

I see, thanks to Michelle Malkin that conservative women are officially fighting back in addressing The Vagina Monologues.

Well…have at it, if you must, ladies, and God’s best to you. But I’m convinced that to address that play or Eve Ensler with anything approximating seriousness and deliberation is to give the whole Vagina Endeavor a patina of credibility and seriousness it simply does not deserve.

Eve Ensler’s foul-mouthed, talking, raspberry-blowing,”goodraping,” hiccupping, whining, slobbering, sloppy drunken vagina of a play really, really deserves nothing but your scorn and your cheerful, energetic mockery.

Someday, I’d like to organize a group of conservative women to go see a performance of The Vagina Monologues. We would go equipped with kazoos, and every time a vagina spoke, we would kazoo a sad or happy tune, depending on the vagina’s story.

Because whenever I think of Eve Ensler’s Talking Vaginas, all I hear are…kazoos! Tootoootoooot! Bahtooot! Bahtoot!

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  • Sigmund Carl and Alfred

    The imagery and contrast of using a kazoo by more conservative women as a means of protest vs shouting down or going topless, as a means of protest by the more liberal types, speaks volumes.

    It is ironic that so called ‘progressives’ would be so blatantly childish and petulant.

    I guess you have to be, if you can’t make your case any other way.

  • Donna

    When I stopped laughing at your post, I thought of a good variation for the kazoos. Remember Donna Summers’ “Bad Girls?”

    Toot, toot, hey, beep, beep!

    Remember, we’re talkin’ about bad girls, sad girls,…,

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