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Texas to Ban Gynecology

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Texas Gov. Rick Perry announced he was calling another special session so that the legislature could “pass a ban on the corrupt teaching and practice of gynecology, as well as banning women being licensed as doctors.”

Gov. Perry said that he was disappointed at the resistance he got for the abortion ban in June and July, and that he felt that it would’ve gone smoothly “if women’s heads weren’t filled with nonsense by women doctors and gynecologists.”

In a statement released by his office, he called on the legislature to:

  • Ban the corrupt teaching and practice of gynecology.
  • End the practice of licensing women as doctors in the state.
  • Require the Board of Education to eliminate all mentions of female anatomy or biology from textbooks in the state.

Gov. Perry said that this was another step in his plan to “protect women and their health from any any behavior which might anger God and lead to their eternal damnation in Hell. You’re welcome, ladies.”

Texas to ban gynecology


Comments (13)

  1. This is so close to the truth I actually believed it for a minute.

  2. Anastasia Beaverhausen says:

    What’s scary is the line between satire and the truth is getting so blurred it makes my head spin. These lawmakers have been non-stop in their attacks one women’s rights.

  3. Peter Duncan says:

    You are a prophet, seer, and relevator.

  4. Elena says:

    So close to reality it’s almost not funny.

    Almost.

  5. Bob says:

    What a dope. Wouldn’t it be more effective to require women to stay at home?

  6. Alice Miller says:

    Good one. Would be even funnier if it weren’t so close to being the truth.

  7. WhyMeLord says:

    Next on the Pubs ban list will be proctologist … as too close to gay sex.

  8. Chupra Cabre says:

    Do you really post this to get people to buy into it, or are you seeking to get jobs writing for “The Onion?”

    • WhyMeLord says:

      Foghorn Leghorn: It’s a joke son.

      Speaking of jokes …

      “With Congress, every time they make a joke it’s a law, and every time they make a law it’s a joke.” Will Rogers

  9. Peter Duncan says:

    Maybe Congress should work for “The Onion”.

  10. Astorix says:

    Well, banning tampons didn’t work, so this is the next best thing, right?

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