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Published On: Thu, Dec 8th, 2011

‘The View’ gets graphic: Whoopi Goldberg talks genitals, Joy Behar likes Hitler’s mustache look for a woman

The View is no stranger to graphic or racy conservation and during a discussion on porn, Whoopi Goldberg led the way with an explicit comment on the female “pudenda” – genitalia.

Video screenshot from “The View”

“I like porn, I think porn is good for — yes, I do. I think it’s good. I will tell you what bothers the hell out of me, because this is something that I should have watched over the years. When you see where porn stars are– the women, what their pudendas look like, you can track what other women are going to be doing… there used to be a time when a woman’s pudenda — they looked like women. Then suddenly it became like a landing strip, and then it became bald, and I’m saying what’s wrong with that is they made it what a young girl’s pudenda looks like…it’s bad because I understand you want to do some grooming, but to make yourself look like you did when you were 12 or 13 sends a message to people that you want a kid’s body.”

Most wished it had stopped there, but Joy Behar had to add her 2 cents:

“I like Hitler’s moustache as a look.”

The audience was shocked, silent and probably wondered (like myself) why this pornographic topic was worthy for discussion on the popular daytime talk show.

Following Behar’s X-rated joke, Goldberg, sensing how adult the “hot topic” had become, immediately cut to commercial.

Mediaite has the clip HERE

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