«Oh. My. God. Make it stop. Talk to me about healthcare and the war and labour laws and Mideast politics and the threat of nuclear force in North Korea and job outsourcing and the price of education and how we're going to take all this money being spent on big shows at the Apollo and use it to revive a serious multiracial, multigenerational coalition of people dedicated to exploring gender equality. By all means talk to me about sex - about men and women and love and violence and gender representation and body image and safety and issues of intimacy. But please, please stop telling my vagina to vote.»
--"Enough with the vaginas!": Yes, we know. Women are going to decide this election. But why, asks Rebecca Traister, do activists have to resort to gyno-talk to get our attention?