Apparently, Virginia has its very own Minister of Private Parts.
His name is Del. Robert G. Marshall, a Republican who represents Prince William County, and the residents of his district keep electing him to keep talking about other people's nether-regions.
I'm not exaggerating here.
Marshall's legislative record reads like a conversation between my 10-year-old son and his friends. It's all potty this and p---y that. (Okay, my 10-year-old doesn't say p---y, but the president-elect does.)
It's hard to believe Marshall is a 72-year-old man. He has devoted much of his public life to people's sexual and reproductive behavior, questioning the intelligence of women who use long-term contraception, arguing that some incest is voluntary, pushing for women to be legally required to have trans-vaginal ultrasounds before abortions, worrying that U.S. troops would catch sexually transmitted diseases if they had to serve alongside gay colleagues, calling porn a public health hazard.