The International Business Times reported on the republican nominee for Congress in Virginia’s passionate public appeal for universal and detailed sex education in America.

“Failing to understand the most basic facts about conception and reproduction can lead to all kinds of idiotic statements by people who really should know better, especially if they’re aspiring to public office,” she said, using slightly different words.

“Ignorant ideology is not a tool for crumb maidens desperately wanting to believe that sucking up to patriarchy will benefit them,” she pretty much continued, before rushing off to make coffee for the man leading a Republican Women Who Hate Women meeting.