Everyone loves Tina Fey. Guys. Girls. Probably even domesticated animals.

You know who doesn't love Tina Fey? People who are bad on the inside where it can't be changed, for starters. Also dudes who try to tell women what they can and can't do with their own bodies.

But in a speech Fey made at the Center for Reproductive Rights Gala last week, she made it clear that if they don't like her, that's perfectly okay -- the feeling is more than mutual.

Seems our sweet little Tina is damned sick and tired of hearing “gray-faced men” tell her what rape is. "I watch these guys, and I'm like, what is happening? Am I a secretary on 'Mad Men'?” she asked.

We don't blame her for being pissed and unafraid to say so. Really, when was the last time she was at a loss for words? Probably about the time Rep. Todd Akin actually had respect for women. So most likely on or about the 10th of Never Ever.

Fey discussed her feelings about the current “what is rape” debate and she had a few choice words for Rep. Akin, including, “I think you are confusing the phrase ‘legitimate rape’ with ‘competitive gymnastics’”

Not every woman has a voice in this fight, Tina. Thanks for using yours. We can’t imagine being able to say it better.