Letters to the Editor

William Bishop: Consider menopause a problem? Then so might be travel by train

In response to the letter “Menopause makes Hillary unstable” (Aug. 9), I would like to point out that when the railroads were first being introduced into this country men were saying that women should not be permitted to ride on a train. The argument was that should a woman travel at a speed greater than 30 mph her vagina would fly out of her body. We certainly cannot allow that to happen now, can we?

William Bishop, Modesto

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