Will Bill Maher Please Stop Talking About Bristol Palin’s Sex Life?
12:45 pm, May 9th | by Laura Donovan
We’ve known for a while that HBO host Bill Maher has made a habit out of hurling sexually demeaning comments at women, but frankly, we are tired of such remarks and even more confused as to why he keeps going after “Dancing with the Stars” finalist Bristol Palin, who has maintained a relatively low profile since finishing up the show in 2010 (aside from running a blog and having her own reality series in the works, but neither has made headlines quite like “DWTS” has). We’ll get to his history of Bristol bashing soon, but his latest swipe refers to the news that Bristol’s ex-boyfriend, Levi Johnston’s new baby is going to be named after a gun. Maher tweeted of it:
“#LeviJohnston having baby named Beretta after fav gun;Bristol will name her next kid Colt 45.After what shes drinking when she gets pregnant.”
Assuming that Maher did his homework may be giving him too much credit, but I suspect he’s pointing to Bristol’s revelation in her book, “Not Afraid of Life” that she drunkenly lost her virginity to Johnston during a camping trip. So we’re assuming Maher has never had any sexual encounters with a drop of alcohol in his system. In fact, he probably still has his v-card, as he’s never been married and would not copulate prior to tying the knot as Bristol did.
Maher has gone after Bristol before, as he said of her book last year, “Bristol Palin has to admit that the reason she fucked Levi over and over until a baby fell out is because she liked it. In Bristol’s new memoir, working title, ‘Whoops, There’s A Dick In Me,’ Bristol claims that the night she lost her virginity, she had accidentally gotten drunk on wine coolers that she didn’t know contained alcohol and then blacked out and didn’t remember a thing. Oh, the Palins. I tell ya, the shit doesn’t fall far from the back.”
It’s never in good taste to joke about teen pregnancy, but to repeatedly bank off of it is more than just classless — it’s creepy. Maher, find some new material and quit cackling at Bristol’s life-changing sexual experience that took place four years ago.