Rush Limbaugh Just OK'd Rape. No, Really.

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Sept. 16, 2014: According to Limbaugh, 'No means yes if you know how to spot it.'

Right-wing shock jock Rush Limbaugh has delivered some of the most disgusting rants on issues concerning women, but still managed to hit an all-time low.

While addressing Ohio State University’s (OSU) new policies on consent for sexual intercourse – in the light of recent campus rape cases – Limbaugh suggested that permission to have sex “takes all the romance out of everything.”

That’s right. He actually said that.

As if the first statement was not inappropriate enough, the misogynist radio host also said that a woman’s “no” could also mean “yes” if one knows “how to spot it."

"Agreeing on the 'why' takes all the romance out of everything!" he said. "Seduction used to be an art, now of course it's brutish and it's predatory and it's bad."

After reading from the OSU guidelines on sexual conduct that states the absence of “no” does not mean “yes,” Limbaugh commented:

“How many of you guys, in your own experience with women, have learned that no means yes if you know how to spot it?” Limbaugh asked his male audience. “It used to be a cliché, it used to be part of the advice young boys were given.”

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As idiotic as Limbaugh’s comments on rape might sound, they shouldn’t come as  a shock. He's said terrible things in the past concerning rape and sexual assault.

Last November, Limbaugh invoked a rape analogy to criticize President Obama's move to support a filibuster reform. What’s worse, he refused to apologize for his comments after criticism ensued.

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