The congressional horse's behind from Texas was totally wrong (and he claims to be an oby/gyn):
We recently observed a female fetus at 32 weeks' gestation touching the vulva with the fingers of [her] right hand. The caressing movement was centered primarily on the region of the clitoris. Movements stopped after 30 to 40 seconds, and started again after a few moments. Further, these light touches were repeated and were associated with short, rigid movements of the pelvis and legs. After another break, in addition to this behavior, the fetus contracted the muscles of the trunk and the limbs, and the climax, clonicotonic movements [rapid muscle contractions] of the body followed. Finally she relaxed and rested. We [several doctors and the mother] observed this behavior for about 20 minutes.The above is from a 1996 letter to The American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology which was excerpted on Mike Bertha's blog.
Let it be noted that the congressman appears to have switched the sex of the fetus, as well as its gestational age.
Burgess was elected to represent the 26th congressional district of Texas:
Texas' 26th United States Congressional District is located in the heart of North Texas. The 26th District includes most of Denton County as well as large portions of Tarrant County, and a sliver of Dallas County.
In Dallas County, I represent the city of Irving.
In Denton County, I represent the cities of Argyle, Aubrey, Bartonville, Celina, Copper Canyon, Corinth, Corral City, Cross Roads, Denton, DISH, Double Oak, Flower Mound, Frisco, Hackberry, Haslet, Hickory Creek, Highland Village, Justin, Krugerville, Krum, Lake Dallas, Lakewood Village, Lewisville, Lincoln Park, Little Elm, Northlake, Oak Point, Pilot Point, Ponder, Roanoke, Sanger, Shady Shores, The Colony, and Trophy Club.
In Tarrant County, I represent the cities of Haltom City, Haslet, Keller, North Richland Hills, Watauga, Westlake, and Fort Worth.