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Speak against Planned Parenthood as a Pro-life Woman and Hustler will make up a sexually degrading image of you while Obama and the Feminists remain quiet

Posted in Conservative Women with tags , , , , , , , on May 23, 2012 by saynsumthn

The Blaze has been alerted to a fake explicit image apparently published in Hustler magazine depicting GBTV host and conservative commentator S.E. Cupp engaged in a sex act with what appears to be a penis in her mouth.

Under the headline “Celebrity Fantasy,” the text beside the picture asks, “What would S.E. Cupp look like with a [d**k] in her mouth?”

S.E. Cupp is a lovely young lady who read too much Ayn Rand in high school and ended up joining the dark side. Cupp, an author and media commentator who often shows up on Fox News programs, is undeniably cute. But her hotness is diminished when she espouses dumb ideas like defunding Planned Parenthood. Perhaps the method pictured here is Ms. Cupp’s suggestion for avoiding an unwanted pregnancy.

In an interview on Glenn Beck’s radio show today, and despite the vile nature of the photo, Cupp said she had to commend Hustler for their “honesty” in the image’s accompanying sidebar.

“S.E. Cupp is lovely, she’s smart, she’s fine but she happens be a crazy conservative who is pro-life and wants to defund Planned Parenthood and for that she deserves the phallus in her mouth — that is essentially what they’re saying and I have to commend that as being incredibly honest,” Cupp said.

She added, “They have uncomplicated this belief system that my political views, my being pro-life, my political views make this kind of behavior OK. It justifies it and I essentially deserve it. That is honesty and I have never seen it before.”

Cupp essentially laughed off the idea of any feminist organizations coming to her defense.

“The National Organization for Women, NOW, will not come out and say liberal women deserve more respect than conservative women and we are not going to defend conservative women. They’re not going to admit to that but let me tell you that is exactly how they feel,” she said.

Despite the storm of controversy that erupted after Rush Limbaugh called Georgetown Law student Sandra Fluke a “slut” on the radio, Cupp predicted she won’t get the same reaction, even when “clearly by anyone’s standards this is worse.”

“The outrage of Sandra Fluke will not be matched on my side,” Cupp told The Blaze. “It seems that feminism has devolved into an institution that has picked losers and winners and has decided that some women qualify for respect and other women do not.”

An emailed request for comment to Hustler seeking confirmation of the image was not immediately returned.

A copy of the image was sent to the National Organization for Women. A press aide told The Blaze she was not authorized to speak for the organization and could not say whether NOW would speak out against it.

Weaponized misogyny: Hustler punishes S.E. Cupp for pro-life views with explicit fake image
Posted at 12:35 pm on May 23, 2012 by Twitchy Staff

Hustler publishes fake, disclaimed pic of @secupp fellatio; Libs silent.

Insulting, degrading women is always OK if they’re conservatives.

The Left’s deeply entrenched misogyny rears its vile head again, this time in the pages of Obama supporter Larry Flynt’s Hustler.

The Blaze has been alerted to an fake explicit image apparently published in Hustler magazine depicting GBTV host and conservative commentator S.E. Cupp engaged in a sex act with what appears to be a penis in her mouth.

Under the headline “Celebrity Fantasy,” the text beside the picture asks, “What would S.E. Cupp look like with a [d**k] in her mouth?”
Click through for a blurred copy of the sexually explicit image.

Let’s call this what it is: weaponized misogyny.

Like all conservative women, S.E. Cupp is a gender-traitor who needs to be taught a lesson by being sexually degraded and humiliated against her will. It’s a form of rape fantasy, not unlike Playboy’s article that gave conservative women like Michelle Malkin and Laura Ingraham “hate f*ck” ratings.
And of course, liberalism is an absolute defense against indefensible filth of this kind.

Sexually objectify a woman because you disagree with her politics? No sweat. You’re a liberal; you’re immune to accusations of sexism, racism, and other forms of bigotry. Just ask David Letterman, Bill Maher, and all the other card-carrying liberals forgiven and even applauded by the feminist Left for their dehumanization and sexualization of conservative women. Or ask Hillary Clinton, who discovered during her presidential campaign that even progressive women who get in the way are fair game for liberal-approved sexism.

Once again, it’s clear who’s waging the real War on Women.

Conservatives on Twitter are outraged, and are using the #IStandWithSECupp hashtag to tweet words of support:
But as for NOW and other “feminist” organizations—who cares? Conservative women neither want nor need phony, backhanded support and faux consistency from the likes of NOW. Tepid support from hateful, anti-woman groups that actively work to silence conservative women’s voices is meaningless and only gives them cover when they endorse misogynists and try to marginalize conservative speech.

Let the femagogues hang themselves by their own hypocrisy and add another nail to the coffin of irrelevance.

The Full BLAZE Story below:

Fake Explicit Image of ( PRO-LIFER) S.E. Cupp Reportedly Appears in Hustler (Graphic)
• Posted on May 23, 2012 at 10:05am by Madeleine Morgenstern

The Blaze has been alerted to a fake explicit image apparently published in Hustler magazine depicting GBTV host and conservative commentator S.E. Cupp engaged in a sex act with what appears to be a penis in her mouth.

Under the headline “Celebrity Fantasy,” the text beside the picture asks, “What would S.E. Cupp look like with a [d**k] in her mouth?”

S.E. Cupp is a lovely young lady who read too much Ayn Rand in high school and ended up joining the dark side. Cupp, an author and media commentator who often shows up on Fox News programs, is undeniably cute. But her hotness is diminished when she espouses dumb ideas like defunding Planned Parenthood. Perhaps the method pictured here is Ms. Cupp’s suggestion for avoiding an unwanted pregnancy.

A disclaimer follows: “No such picture of S.E. Cupp actually exists. This composite fantasy is altered from the original for our imagination, does not depict reality, and is not to be taken seriously for any purpose.”

Cupp told The Blaze she was “horrified and disgusted” when she first saw the image, which was passed along to her by a friend.

“It’s uncomfortable. I’m not in this business to talk about myself, I’m not in this business to talk about my character,” she said. “I‘d much rather be talking about Obama’s economic record or his foreign policy than myself and having to defend myself against [this photo].”

Speaking with Glenn Beck during his radio program Wednesday, Cupp said she’s seen a lot of misogyny against conservative women like Sarah Palin and Michelle Malkin, but she’s never seen anything “this disturbing and graphic.”

“You have to wonder if they had done this to someone like Nancy Pelosi or Michelle Obama, would that stand, would no one make a stink about it? I have to think they would,” Cupp demanded.

Despite the vile nature of the photo, Cupp said she had to commend Hustler for their “honesty” in the image’s accompanying sidebar.

“S.E. Cupp is lovely, she’s smart, she’s fine but she happens be a crazy conservative who is pro-life and wants to defund Planned Parenthood and for that she deserves the phallus in her mouth — that is essentially what they’re saying and I have to commend that as being incredibly honest,” Cupp said.

She added, “They have uncomplicated this belief system that my political views, my being pro-life, my political views make this kind of behavior OK. It justifies it and I essentially deserve it. That is honesty and I have never seen it before.”

Cupp essentially laughed off the idea of any feminist organizations coming to her defense.

“The National Organization for Women, NOW, will not come out and say liberal women deserve more respect than conservative women and we are not going to defend conservative women. They’re not going to admit to that but let me tell you that is exactly how they feel,” she said.

Despite the storm of controversy that erupted after Rush Limbaugh called Georgetown Law student Sandra Fluke a “slut” on the radio, Cupp predicted she won’t get the same reaction, even when “clearly by anyone’s standards this is worse.”

“The outrage of Sandra Fluke will not be matched on my side,” Cupp told The Blaze. “It seems that feminism has devolved into an institution that has picked losers and winners and has decided that some women qualify for respect and other women do not.”

An emailed request for comment to Hustler seeking confirmation of the image was not immediately returned.

A copy of the image was sent to the National Organization for Women. A press aide told The Blaze she was not authorized to speak for the organization and could not say whether NOW would speak out against it.

Dr. Alveda King: ‘Coretta Scott King Knew That Her Husband Was Pro-Life’

Posted in Abortion, Alveda King, Black Conservative, Black Genocide, Black Panthers, Black Victims, Black Women, Civil Rights, Conservative Women, Eugenics, Glenn Beck, Life Dynamics, Maafa21, Margaret Sanger, Mark Crutcher, NAACP, Planned Parenthood, pro-choice, Racism, Religious Coalition of Reproductive Choice with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , on August 27, 2010 by saynsumthn

CNS News: Friday, August 27, 2010
By Adam Cassandra


(CNSNews.com) – Dr. Alveda King, niece of the late Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., says her uncle was pro-life – a stance, she said, that is “supported fully by everything he always said.”

“Martin was a minister of God,” King told CNSNews.com. “Martin would say, ‘Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.’ So how is it going to be just to murder somebody and rip them up and burn them with chemicals?

“He said, ‘The Negro cannot win if he’s willing to sacrifice the futures of his children for immediate personal comfort and safety.’”

The younger King is under fire from some black activists who criticize her for taking the position that abortion endangers black youth and that her uncle was pro-life when he was alive – and would be part of the pro-life movement if he were alive today.

On Thursday, the Religious Coalition for Abortion Rights denounced King for comments she has made claiming that abortion is making African-American children an “endangered species” — and a Georgia Right to Life billboard campaign with the same message.

“The ‘Religious Right’ billboard campaign asserting that African American children are an ‘endangered species’ and Alveda King’s comparison of anti-abortion activists to ‘Freedom Riders’ have sparked outrage in the African American community,” said Rev. Carlton W. Veazey, RCAR president.

The most prominent civil rights group, the NAACP, neither opposes nor supports abortion rights, according to Hilary Shelton, Washington bureau director and senior vice president for advocacy for the NAACP. “It is not one of our agenda items,” he said.

But Shelton did tell CNSNews.com that he believes Martin Luther King, Jr. supported “a woman’s right to control her reproductive life.”

“What I know of Dr. King’s vision is Dr. King held a very strong position that didn’t speak to the issue of abortion at all. You can try to read into it if you like, but his position was that women should have control of their reproductive lives,” Shelton said.

“Our position, much like Dr. King’s, is we do support women having control over their reproductive lives,” Shelton told CNSNews.com. “They should decide when they want to have families and be involved in family planning, and very well decide when the best time is to start your family.”

Planned Parenthood, America’s largest abortion provider, awarded the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. its Margaret Sanger Award in 1966, and it highlights King’s acceptance of that award on the organization’s Web site.

But Alveda King told CNSNews.com that the award does not prove her uncle supported abortion, and pointed out that Dr. King did not even attend the award ceremony.

“Mrs. Coretta Scott King knew that her husband, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., was pro-life,” she said. “Mrs. Coretta King, who was pro-abortion, took and did read the (acceptance) speech, and accepted on behalf of her husband.”

In her analysis of the acceptance speech, Alveda King concluded — based on the words spoken by Dr. King in his lifetime — that the speech, and a subsequent letter thanking Planned Parenthood for the award, were not written by Dr. King.

“He did not write the speech. He did not deliver the speech,” she said. “There was a thank-you letter with what appears to be his signature on it, but he had other people who signed his letters in his office, so you can’t even really say he signed it.”

King, meanwhile, said she believes that Planned Parenthood is complicit in a decades-long movement in the United States to control the population of the black community — and she has been vocal about the issue.

In a June 2009 documentary — “Maafa 21: Black Genocide in 21st Century America” — Alveda King links Planned Parenthood to the eugenics movement of population control.

“We need to remember that over 60 years ago, a man who would today be called the father of modern eugenics proposed that population-control clinics be concentrated in minority neighborhoods, and now today, the vast majority of Planned Parenthood clinics are located in our neighborhoods,” she said in the documentary. “Are we really so naïve to believe this is all a coincidence?”

According to Alveda King, in the 1960s, at the same time African-Americans began to stage protests and demonstrations for civil rights, “there began a widespread cry from inside government for legalized abortion.”

She asked: “Was that coincidence too, or could it be that when we said we would no longer sit on the back of the bus, a place was being reserved for us down at the abortion clinic?”

Maafa 21,” produced by the Texas based pro-life group Life Dynamics Incorporated, contends that there is documentation linking Planned Parenthood founder Margaret Sanger to the eugenics movement in America — specifically targeting black Americans for sterilization and abortion.

The film “is about eugenics, and elitism, and well-hidden racial agendas,” according to a description of the documentary. “It’s about treachery and corruption at the highest levels of political and corporate America. It’s about things the media has been hiding and politicians don’t want you to know.”

According to Planned Parenthood, however, Sanger “consistently and firmly repudiated any racial application of eugenics principles.”

The NAACP, which also is criticized in the documentary for not speaking out on the issue of abortion in the black community, dismisses the documentary. “We have not seen any factual indications that what they’re saying is true,” Shelton told CNSNews.com. “It sounds very much like some sort of conspiracy theory.”

FROM MAAFA21

Alveda King disagreed. “I believe that “Maafa 21” has been thoroughly and accurately researched,” she told CNSNews.com. “And all of it is fully verified.”

King plans to speak this Saturday on the 47th anniversary of Martin Luther King, Jr.’s “I Have a Dream” speech on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial, where Dr. King’s speech was given.

Alveda King said she will not talk about abortion at all in her speech, which she will give at a “non-political event” organized by Fox News radio and television personality Glenn Beck to pay tribute to America’s service personnel.

“I think it’s a blessing to be living in the 21st century to stand on the steps and to proclaim the principles of honor, faith, hope, and love,” she said. “That’s why I’m going.”

Specter To Bachmann: “Act Like A Lady”

Posted in Conservative Women, Sexism with tags , , , , , , on January 22, 2010 by saynsumthn