'Please Ask Your Breasts to Stop Staring at My Eyes,' Rush Limbaugh Tells Women (Audio)
Right wing radio host Rush Limbaugh advised his male listeners today to ask well-endowed ladies to tell their breasts to “stop staring at my eyes.”
Limbaugh was reading an article in The Daily Caller, which mangled a new study that appeared in the December 2013 issue of Sex Roles: A Journal of Research.
The Daily Caller falsely claimed MSNBC would say the study somehow suggested that men should be criminalized for looking at women:
Women are like Indians now. You can’t give them a once-over, a polite grin, and be on your way. You can’t notice the fruits of their several-hour morning project of preparing themselves to be looked at. Pretty soon, looking at a woman’s chest will legally be a “hate” crime instead of a love crime.
“Remember we used to laugh? We used to laugh and make jokes about the thought police, and here they are,” Limbaugh said on his radio show (audio below), reports Mediaite.com.
“These idiots have discovered that attractive women get looked at more than unattractive women,” added Limbaugh. “What they want to try to do is establish a taboo, men looking at women is insulting. They just despise human nature because many of them don’t fit in with it.”
Limbaugh said that men should tell women whom they find attractive to “please ask your breasts to stop staring at my eyes.”