I can't decide if I'm amused or disturbed. The first part about safety and protection of pussy felt like ironic commentary on "onus on women to prevent rape." And the second part just made me feel like all men are attracted to are parts of the whole. And the last line left the image of gang rape in my head.
Sorry to be so analytical. Blame it on Shakesville. :)
No need for apologies, Namechanged -- I had the same response, kind of a sock in the gut feeing.
Knowing Wanda Sykes' general body of work, I don't think she's making light of gang rape, but rather, pointing to the fact that, if you take the idea of "women are valuable only as receptacles" to its extreme, this is where it goes.
I hope that's what she's pointing to, at any rate.