Dear Leader: I do feel, J.P., that any Anti-Imperialist group like ours must reflect such a divergence of interests within its power-base.
J.P.: Agreed. Kim?
Kim: Yeah. I think Dear Leader's point of view is very valid, J.P., provided the Movement never forgets that it is the inalienable right of every man--
Travis: Or woman.
Kim: Or woman... to rid himself--
Travis: Or herself.
Kim: Or herself.
Kim: Thank you, brother.
Travis: Or sister.
Kim: Or sister. Where was I?
J.P.: I think you'd finished.
Kim: Oh. Right.
J.P.: Furthermore, it is the birthright of every man--
Travis: Or woman.
J.P.: Why don't you shut up about women, Travis. You're putting us off.
Travis: Women have a perfect right to play a part in our movement, J.P..
Kim: Why are you always on about women, Travis?
Travis: I want to be one.
Travis: I want to be a woman. From now on, I want you all to call me 'Sung'.
Sung: It's my right as a man.
Dear Leader: Well, why do you want to be Sung, Travis?
Sung: I want to have babies.
J.P.: You want to have babies?!
Sung: It's every man's right to have babies if he wants them.
J.P.: But... you can't have babies.
Sung: Don't you oppress me.
J.P.: I'm not oppressing you, Travis. You haven't got a womb! -- Where's the fetus going to gestate?! You going to keep it in a box?!
Dear Leader: Here! I-- I've got an idea. Suppose you agree that he can't actually have babies, not having a womb, which is nobody's fault, not even the American's, but that he can have the right to have babies.
Kim: Good idea, Dear Leader. We shall fight the oppressors for your right to have babies, brother. Sister. Sorry. This is fundimental in the Juche idea...
J.P.: What's the point?
J.P.: What's the point of fighting for his right to have babies when he can't have babies?!
Kim: It is symbolic of our struggle against oppression.