Trendsetter Gwyneth Paltrow was the first woman to release a product that smelled like her vagina, a candle called “This Smells Like My Vagina.” Not to be outdone, R&B legend Erykah Badu announced incense called “Badu’s Pussy” that smells like her vagina.
Paltrow sells her scent for $75, and pricing for Badu’s bouquet — which smells like her used, burned, panties — has not yet been announced.
But neither Paltrow nor Badu can hold a vagina-scented candle to the four Democratic women legislators known as “The Squad.”
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez of New York, Ilhan Omar of Minnesota, Ayanna Pressley of Massachusetts, and Rashida Tlaib of Michigan, have announced that all future legislation they author or co-sponsor will smell like their vaginas.
The four women are taking the Democratic Socialist approach, offering the public free reproductions of their Congressional bills — signed by hand and perfumed with each legislator’s unique essence — in their Washington, DC, and home state offices.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has not indicated if the perfumed bills will be allowed on the House floor, but she supports the sheer feminist boldness of the idea.
“I’m talking with Dianne [Feinstein] to see if all women in Congress should put our mark on our legislative products,” Pelosi said. “This could be an idea whose time has come.”