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“Christian” Mother uses Ham Sandwich to Symbolize Daughter’s Pure Vagina

Some Christian women go viral by posting about housework and other’s go viral by using ham sandwiches to compare their daughters pure vagina vulva to Taylor Swift’s alleged worn, tattered, and used vagina vulva.

Seriously, you got to see this to believe it.

“The left sandwich is far more ragged and worn looking and rather unattractive to the eye. I see this as Taylor’s symbolic promiscuity. The right is much more neat, clean and pure. This represents my daughters’ innocence and purity because THEY were raised correctly.”

Stay classy, Godly ladies.

For discussion, check this out.  Jennifer Mayers seems all too familiar.

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10 thoughts on ““Christian” Mother uses Ham Sandwich to Symbolize Daughter’s Pure Vagina

  1. STMA,

    I’m pretty sure it’s a joke, but things shouldn’t have gotten to the point where it’s even plausible.

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  2. This is absolutely nauseating.

    I suppose this “mother” (in quotes for a good reason) never heard of a certain little Bible verse that says, “Let he who thinks he stands take heed lest he fall.” (1 Cor. 10: 12) And there’s also this little thing called free will which each person has been given — um, you raise your kids the best you know and hope they will adhere to what you teach, but you have no guarantee whatsoever of this. There’ve been quite a few who have gone completely 180 degrees after so-called “perfect” parenting — Duggars, anyone????!!!!

    I think I’ve just about lost all faith in humanity.

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  3. It’s the porn use. They are extrapolating based on women who are engaged in highly artificial and unnatural sex acts as their profession. Noting the problems with believing porn-sex is likely to resemble married sex in any way are left as an exercise for the reader.

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  4. insanitybytes22 said:

    “It’s an old fashioned (mostly male enforced) myth that promiscuity causes damage, loose women literally.”

    This isn’t the only major myth about women’s reproductive organs circulating around the manosphere.

    It’s a really bad place for less experienced women to hang out because it would be easy to pick up a lot of ideas that aren’t true.

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  5. So, ahem, I don’t want to get intimately graphic here or gross, but women’s intimate parts are like any other muscle, use it or lose it. It’s an old fashioned (mostly male enforced) myth that promiscuity causes damage, loose women literally.

    Anyone ever hear the joke about child birth where a woman has an episiotomy and the husband says to the doctor, “could you put in an extra stitch?” That’s slightly humorous because we all know it isn’t true, it doesn’t work like that.

    When women age and continue to have sex, they are actually working those muscles, keeping them toned. If they stop having sex, health issues or widowhood, the vagina will shorten dramatically, the vulva will sag, and some women can actually experience incontinence or even a prolapsed uterus. The moral of this story is that sex actually has health benefits and should be continued in life for as long as possible.

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  6. insanitybytes22 said:

    “Oh my goodness, please let that be satire….”

    I’m betting no, just because it’s a standard manosphere belief that women’s genitals are destroyed by being promiscuous (not STDs, just wear and tear). The Dalrock guys are always making gross remarks on the subject.

    The logic, of course, is bizarre and counter-productive. If repeated sexual activity wrecks women’s genitals, maybe wives have a good reason to limit sex–we wouldn’t want to wear it out, would we?

    Plus, given that childbearing obviously has an even larger impact, that would suggest that women are quite right to delay and limit childbearing…

    It’s such a gross subject and such an obvious own goal for “traditionalists.”

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  7. I think we have a winner for “most embarrassing thing mom has done to daughters” this year.

    Also, as one of the tweeters said, that’s not how it works. I don’t know what they had in mind, but the physical impact of childbirth has to be put on the scales.

    http://www.skepticalob.com/2016/07/i-only-had-a-minor-childbirth-injury-so-why-am-i-incontinent.html

    http://www.skepticalob.com/2016/07/the-truth-about-childbirth-injuries.html

    (Don’t click if you’re squeamish.)

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