This one, I know you've heard: "If it's a legitimate rape, the female body has ways to try to shut that whole thing down."
Rep. Todd Akin's ignorant and offensive comments have gotten plenty of press, but he's far from alone. Plenty of anti-women's health politicians share his views — even worse, they're out there turning their out-of-touch ideology into real-life legislation.
Some of this anti-women's health legislation is so extreme, the reasoning behind it so bizarre, it almost sounds made-up. So we're wondering: do you think you can tell the difference?
Here's your chance to find out. We've created a short quiz to see if you can tell the difference between made-up attacks and deadly serious legislation. The best part? For every answer you get right, a generous supporter will make a 10-cent donation to the Planned Parenthood Action Fund, up to $25,000.
Ready to take the quiz and earn money for the Planned Parenthood Action Fund? Then answer this question: