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N.Y. woman on ‘I’m a slut’ and ‘I have an STD’ show pictures, sexts

N.J. state Sen. Melissa Melendez has been accused of a series of online comments in which she suggested women who are sexually active with other women should use birth control pills instead of condoms.

In one tweet, Melendez claimed she was “f**king with my own body” and asked for “some other advice.”

The senator told NJ Advance Media on Thursday that she deleted her account and apologized to the women who were offended by her comments.

“I’m sorry I did that and I want to be very clear,” Melendez told NJ.com.

“There was nothing that was intended to be hurtful, just the way I’m talking about it.

And I regret it.”

She added that she “never intended to make any personal attacks” and she has “never made any personal comments about anyone.”

Melendez was first elected to the Senate in 2014 and has represented the district since 2011.

She is a member of the powerful New Jersey Democrats Caucus and is a strong advocate for women’s issues.

She was the first Democrat to serve on the Senate Judiciary Committee in the 2016 election.