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“Rush Limbaugh’s assertion that ‘sometimes no means yes’ is an attack on all women, including women who are your customers. Stop advertising on Rush Limbaugh’s sexist program.”

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“No means yes if you know how to spot it.” That’s what Rush Limbaugh said Monday on his radio program in a segment about Ohio State University’s new sexual assault policy.1

Rush has made countless appalling and sexist remarks in the past, but actively encouraging his male listeners to sexually assault women who have rejected their advances is not just unacceptable, it’s downright dangerous.

All of Rush Limbaugh’s advertisers are complicit in this sexist attack on women by continuing to keep the program on the air with their dollars – and they need to immediately end their sponsorship or be held accountable.

Tell Rush Limbaugh’s advertisers: No means no. Stop supporting Rush Limbaugh’s appalling attacks on women. Click here to sign the petition.

In 2012, after Rush called Georgetown Law student Sandra Fluke “a slut” and “a prostitute,” CREDO activists pressured major advertisers to drop Rush’s show. It was a huge blow to Rush Limbaugh, the radio stations he works with, and the profitability of his show. But other advertisers are still continuing their support.

Rush’s repugnant statement this week is nothing short of an attempt to justify rape – and it could be the last straw that persuades his remaining advertisers to stop supporting his outrageous and sexist attacks on women.

Tell Rush Limbaugh’s advertisers: No means no. Stop supporting Rush Limbaugh’s appalling attacks on women. Click the link below to sign the petition.

Thanks for standing up for women’s rights.

Becky Bond, Political Director
CREDO Action from Working Assets

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  1. Limbaugh on Sexual Assault: “No Means Yes If You Know How to Spot It”,” Gawker.com, September 15, 2014.
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