Former Gov. Andrew Cuomo and Bill de Blasio aide Karen Hinton is coming out with a book titled “Penis Politics” during which she describes how the disgraced governor was admonished by his father Mario Cuomo for evaluating ladies’s “t–ties.” 

Hinton, the previous press secretary to Cuomo and de Blasio, is coming out with the book on Dec. 1 about “the toxic brew, of ego, entitlement, and bro-culture” in politics. 

Hinton, who labored with the disgraced governor when he was federal housing secretary on the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, had publicly accused Cuomo of bullying and “inappropriately” hugging her when she labored for him 20 years in the past. 

Andrew Cuomo, then-governor of New York, speaks about the COVID-19 delta variant throughout a press briefing.
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In “Penis Politics,” she writes, “When I was Andrew’s press secretary … he told me a story about when he was in college and his father Mario Cuomo was New York Secretary of State.” 

Detailing what he allegedly stated: “Andrew and a friend of his were standing next to his father’s state car, waiting for Mario to finish up an event. The college-aged Andrew and his friend passed the time by comparing the attributes of breasts of women they knew: Who had large ‘t–ties,’ who had small ones, and the pros and cons of how to handle each. They were beside themselves with laughter. 

“The window got here down. Unknown to them, Mario was within the automotive already and heard each phrase. The laughter stopped. Mario Cuomo was fuming. ‘Don’t ever speak that approach once more about ladies, whether or not I hear it or not,’ Mario lectured Andrew. No wink, wink, nod, nod from Mario Cuomo to his son.” Hinton says. 

“Andrew Cuomo informed New Yorkers on the day he resigned, that ‘the lines’ on conduct by males towards ladies had moved as he grew older. But Mario knew the place the road was, even forty years earlier, and he tried to show his son, one future governor to a different.” 

Cuomo speaks about gun violence in the state at John Jay College of Criminal Justice. 

Cuomo speaks about gun violence within the state at John Jay College of Criminal Justice. 
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Cuomo spokesman Rich Azzopardi hit again at Hinton with a sometimes charmless response to Page Six: “In 2018, when Ms. Hinton was not consumed with chasing headlines to sell a book, she wrote: ‘I’ve been fortunate to have male bosses, like Andrew Cuomo and Bill de Blasio, who know how to be respectful of women even while being no-nonsense managers.’ Consider that when gauging her credibility and this latest transparent attempt to rewrite history.” 

Hinton’s book, absolutely titled “Penis Politics: A Memoir of Women, Men And Power,” follows her op-ed coining the term “penis politics” to explain how highly effective males assert management over ladies in a subordinate place. 

“I learned lessons in penis politics throughout my life from my interactions with high school coaches and principals, boyfriends, college professors, newspaper editors, lovers, and politicians,” Hinton stated. 

“Along the best way, I struggled to grasp methods for coping with males of energy that many ladies will acknowledge from their very own lives.