(explaining Powder Puff Football to PTA commitee member)
Peggy: Well, it's an annual football game, but the girls are the players and the cheerleaders are the boys. They wear makeup and wigs and act silly.
PTA Woman: Boys are...making fun of girls?
Peggy: Yes. You know, my son, Bobby, is actually kind of the head cheerleader. He keeps knocking over lamps around the house with his big, clumsy boobs.
PTA Woman: That kind of mockery does untold damage to a young girl's fragile psyche. My daughter was hysterical recently when an 8th grade boy told her her ponytail looked "like a piece of doody." Thank God, I was home to console her, (quickly) which was my choice, stand by it, no regrets.
Peggy: Well, that's terrible. Have you tried putting her hair up in a bun? No, no, that could look like poop, too.
PTA Woman: See, it starts out innocently, with a boy teasing a girl. Then that same boy dresses like a cheerleader. Then little Mary Jo Honor Student is having her buttock slapped in a rap video. (beat)
Peggy: That is the saddest hypothetical story I have ever heard.