The Other McCain

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Feminists vs. Roxeanne’s Vagina

Posted on | May 15, 2012 | 24 Comments

Roxeanne de Luca resents having her saintly ladyparts invoked by feminists as a political argument in service of a cause she entirely rejects:

Robertson’s description of the modern left’s version of feminism [as a movement that “encourages women to leave their husbands, kill their children, practice witchcraft, destroy capitalism and become lesbians”] is eerily accurate.

Read the whole thing. My response? No comment. Certainly, I have no official authorization to speak on behalf of Roxeanne’s vagina.

UPDATE: In the comments below, you’ll note that the aforesaid Miss de Luca demonstrates her aptitude for vivid prose in wishing upon me a rather lurid means of violent death. Let this be a warning to any of you handsome, wealthy bachelors who might imagine yourselves worthy to pursue the parthenic redhead’s connubial companionship: It’s kind of like the First Rule of Fight Club.

Her blog is Haemet, and you can follow Roxeanne de Luca on Twitter.



  • Roxeanne de Luca

    I’ve said it once, McCain, and I’ll say it again: I wish upon you death by a dildo-wielding Amanda Marcotte. 

  • robertstacymccain

    You’re welcome, ma’am!

  • PGlenn

    Can you describe how that killing would actually go down, with all the gory details?

  • Evi L. Bloggerlady

    Never allow the patriarchy to speak for your who-ha!

  • Roxeanne de Luca

    I think it involves Stace begging for death as an end to the torment.

  • Bob Belvedere

    I would never go up against any part of Roxeanne – she’s one tough broad.

    BTW, Roxe, where’s that cup of Joe I asked for – it ain’t gonna pour itself.

  • PaulLemmen

    I know that who-ha’s have their own voice! My wife’s does and frequently embarrasses her with it’s statements …

  • robertstacymccain

    Roxeanne’s reaction reminds me of this classic dialogue:

    “And those pantalettes, I don’t know a woman in Paris who wears pantalettes.”
    “Oh Rhett, what do they …? You shouldn’t talk about such things!”
    “You little hypocrite. You don’t mind my knowing about them, just my talking about it.”

  • robertstacymccain

    Hey, for all you know . . .

    No, never mind.

  • DaveO

    Ms. de Luca is hysterically funny!

  • Evi L. Bloggerlady

    You would identify with Rhett!  

  • Bob Belvedere

    Thank you for stopping yourself.

  • ThePaganTemple

     It would be much worse for Stacy if Marcotte were to just leave him alive with the memory of getting him on the ground on his back and straddling him, forcing him to look at her face and into her eyes, and her bangs. Oooohh, those bangs.

  • M. Thompson

    The overwhelming hypocrisy of those people astounds me.

    As a reactionary apprentice member of the Patriarchy (unmarried), I’m going to make myself happy.   Schadenfraude goes well with what, Miss?

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  • SDN

    Do we really want to explore RSM’s genealogy?

  • Tony

    I think you have this confused with forcing R.S. to read Pandagon.

  • Adjoran

     There’s a difference?

  • Adjoran

     He’d need an external hard drive to keep track of all her bangs!

  • Adjoran

    I don’t care if it talks – I can ignore that.  It’s the vajazzling I fear most of all.

  • Roxeanne de Luca

     I’m more of a Melanie than a Scarlett.

  • Roxeanne de Luca

     Andrew Sullivan offered to make it for you – and bring it to you in bed.

  • Bob Belvedere

    Andrew who???

    [BTW: Still waiting, Hon]

  • ThePaganTemple

     Hell that’s nothing compared to the unimaginable horror of a pierced labia and/or clitoris.