When discussing female anatomy gets you in trouble

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BY MINDY TOWNSEND
Care2

Do you remember studying human anatomy in high school and your teacher referred to vagina as a hoo-ha? No? Me neither. That’s because that is one of the dumbest things I’ve ever heard. However, if you’re a certain Idaho high school teacher, you might get in trouble for using the proper term. Tim McDaniel has taught science for 18 years and never received a complaint. Until this year, when parents complained that he taught their children about *gasp* vaginas and *double gasp* the female orgasm

It’s not just men who get in trouble for talking about lady bits. That happened last year to Lisa Brown, a Michigan State representative. During a debate on a restrictive abortion bill (as if there are any other kind nowadays), Brown made reference to how obtrusive the bill was by saying, ““Finally Mr. Speaker, I’m flattered that you’re all so interested in my vagina, but ‘no’ means ‘no.’” The day after she made the statement she was notified that she was banned from speaking on the house floor.

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