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A Testicular Bill of Rights...
3 months ago  ::  Mar 12, 2019 - 6:11PM #1
bertram
Posts: 7,452
Here is an answer to the Republicans who pretend to favor "less invasive" government but who can't keep their legislative fingers off women's bodies and can't keep their pryin' eyes out of the nation's bedrooms...


From CNN:




"A Georgia lawmaker is proposing a law that would make it an 'aggravated assault' for men to have sex without a condom, and would require men to obtain permission from their sexual partner before seeking a prescription for Viagra or similar erectile dysfunction drugs.



Democratic minority whip Dar'shun Kendrick announced her 'testicular bill of rights' in a tweet on Monday, noting she'd instructed an aide to draft a bill.


Among her other proposals are requirements for DNA testing at the sixth week of pregnancy to determine paternity, as well as requirements for the father to make immediate child support payments. It would also ban vasectomy procedures in the state.


Finally, her bill would also introduce a 24-hour waiting period for men to buy any porn or sex toys in Georgia.

    She highlighted the proposal during a radio interview on Georgia Public Broadcasting on Tuesday afternoon. 'If the state of Georgia is going to be concerned with regulating women's reproductive rights, I think it's only fitting that we also do that for men's reproductive rights,' she said, adding that her proposal 'really is to draw attention to what I think is an absurdity.'..."

    We're lovin' it...  Smile
    3 months ago  ::  Mar 12, 2019 - 6:17PM #2
    manny_o
    Posts: 854

    Mar 12, 2019 -- 6:11PM, bertram wrote:

    Here is an answer to the Republicans who pretend to favor "less invasive" government but who can't keep their legislative fingers off women's bodies and can't keep their pryin' eyes out of the nation's bedrooms...


    From CNN:




    "A Georgia lawmaker is proposing a law that would make it an 'aggravated assault' for men to have sex without a condom, and would require men to obtain permission from their sexual partner before seeking a prescription for Viagra or similar erectile dysfunction drugs.



    Democratic minority whip Dar'shun Kendrick announced her 'testicular bill of rights' in a tweet on Monday, noting she'd instructed an aide to draft a bill.


    Among her other proposals are requirements for DNA testing at the sixth week of pregnancy to determine paternity, as well as requirements for the father to make immediate child support payments. It would also ban vasectomy procedures in the state.


    Finally, her bill would also introduce a 24-hour waiting period for men to buy any porn or sex toys in Georgia.

      She highlighted the proposal during a radio interview on Georgia Public Broadcasting on Tuesday afternoon. 'If the state of Georgia is going to be concerned with regulating women's reproductive rights, I think it's only fitting that we also do that for men's reproductive rights,' she said, adding that her proposal 'really is to draw attention to what I think is an absurdity.'..."

      We're lovin' it...  




      Requirements for the father to make immediate child support payments?  



      I don’t think she realizes what kind of can of worms she just opened.  

      3 months ago  ::  Mar 12, 2019 - 6:19PM #3
      bertram
      Posts: 7,452

      Mar 12, 2019 -- 6:17PM, manny_o wrote:


      Mar 12, 2019 -- 6:11PM, bertram wrote:

      Here is an answer to the Republicans who pretend to favor "less invasive" government but who can't keep their legislative fingers off women's bodies and can't keep their pryin' eyes out of the nation's bedrooms...


      From CNN:




      "A Georgia lawmaker is proposing a law that would make it an 'aggravated assault' for men to have sex without a condom, and would require men to obtain permission from their sexual partner before seeking a prescription for Viagra or similar erectile dysfunction drugs.



      Democratic minority whip Dar'shun Kendrick announced her 'testicular bill of rights' in a tweet on Monday, noting she'd instructed an aide to draft a bill.


      Among her other proposals are requirements for DNA testing at the sixth week of pregnancy to determine paternity, as well as requirements for the father to make immediate child support payments. It would also ban vasectomy procedures in the state.


      Finally, her bill would also introduce a 24-hour waiting period for men to buy any porn or sex toys in Georgia.

        She highlighted the proposal during a radio interview on Georgia Public Broadcasting on Tuesday afternoon. 'If the state of Georgia is going to be concerned with regulating women's reproductive rights, I think it's only fitting that we also do that for men's reproductive rights,' she said, adding that her proposal 'really is to draw attention to what I think is an absurdity.'..."

        We're lovin' it...  




        Requirements for the father to make immediate child support payments?  



        I don’t think she realizes what kind of can of worms she just opened.  




        Yeah, she should have just required that the payments be put into escrow accounts.  Wink

        3 months ago  ::  Mar 12, 2019 - 6:42PM #4
        bertram
        Posts: 7,452

        Is the Georgia General Assembly trying to replicate Pence's infamous bill from his time as Governor of Indiana?  The women of Indiana began a campaign in his "honor" called "Periods for Pence"...



        "...Women wanted to send Mike Pence a message. Well, a lot of messages — about their menstrual flow, and their cramps, and their birth control, and their tampon discomfort, and their bloating, and their menopause."


        Hilarious stuff went out over Twitter...




        As we reported, the law bans abortion motivated by fetal abnormalities as well as other fetal characteristics. It also tightens several other restrictions on abortion.


        In a statement, Pence described the law as 'a comprehensive pro-life measure that affirms the value of all human life.' He doesn't appear to have formally commented on the campaign.


        In the early days of the Periods for Pence effort, the organizer highlighted one aspect of the law — it requires miscarried fetuses, as well as aborted fetuses, to be 'interred or cremated by a facility having possession of the remains,' regardless of the age of the fetus.


        The 'Periods for Pence' Facebook page wrote:




        'Fertilized eggs can be expelled during a woman's period without a woman even knowing that she might have had the potential blastocyst in her. Therefore, any period could potentially be a miscarriage without knowledge. I would certainly hate for any of my fellow Hoosier women to be at risk of penalty if they do not 'properly dispose' of this or report it. Just to cover our bases, perhaps we should make sure to contact Governor Pence's office to report our periods. We wouldn't want him thinking that THOUSANDS OF HOOSIER WOMEN A DAY are trying to hide anything, would we?'




        She invited women to call Pence's office to talk about their periods. 'Let's make our bodies Mike's business for real, if this is how he wants it,' the page posted..."



        3 months ago  ::  Mar 12, 2019 - 7:10PM #5
        28in2019
        Posts: 218

        More useful activity from the Democrat party.   


        3 months ago  ::  Mar 12, 2019 - 7:13PM #6
        bertram
        Posts: 7,452

        Mar 12, 2019 -- 7:10PM, 28in2019 wrote:


        More useful activity from the Democrat party.   





        Don't like it?  Then keep your Republican "Big Government" well away from women's bodies and quit trying to interfere with a woman's right to choose. 

        3 months ago  ::  Mar 12, 2019 - 7:53PM #7
        louisiana_lightning
        Posts: 15,069
        Using a condom in a non-monogamous relationship is courteous and responsible.  It’s not just you, you could contract something and spread it to your partners and so on.

        Who pays for porn anymore?  Is this the 80s?  As for toys she would only tick off the LGBTQ crowd with that.  For most men bringing a toy into the relationship would be an emasculating humbling experience.

        Men should be paying support immediately if other arrangements aren’t made.  You did the deed now make sure your progeny is nourished and protected from the elements.

        Why no vasectomies?   As long as the patient pays as an elected procedure it’s none of the government’s business if you don’t want the ability to impregnate.

        It’s a shame she did this sarcastically because it should just be common sense that you take responsibility for your behavior.
        3 months ago  ::  Mar 12, 2019 - 8:13PM #8
        28in2019
        Posts: 218

        Mar 12, 2019 -- 7:13PM, bertram wrote:


        Mar 12, 2019 -- 7:10PM, 28in2019 wrote:


        More useful activity from the Democrat party.   





        Don't like it?  Then keep your Republican "Big Government" well away from women's bodies and quit trying to interfere with a woman's right to choose. 




        I don't like the waste of taxpayer money on some LARP.  

        3 months ago  ::  Mar 12, 2019 - 8:16PM #9
        bertram
        Posts: 7,452

        Mar 12, 2019 -- 7:53PM, louisiana_lightning wrote:

        Using a condom in a non-monogamous relationship is courteous and responsible. It’s not just you, you could contract something and spread it to your partners and so on. Who pays for porn anymore? Is this the 80s? As for toys she would only tick off the LGBTQ crowd with that. For most men bringing a toy into the relationship would be an emasculating humbling experience. Men should be paying support immediately if other arrangements aren’t made. You did the deed now make sure your progeny is nourished and protected from the elements. Why no vasectomies? As long as the patient pays as an elected procedure it’s none of the government’s business if you don’t want the ability to impregnate. It’s a shame she did this sarcastically because it should just be common sense that you take responsibility for your behavior.



        The point being made is that if the Republican males who are trying to manage and legislate women's bodies and reproduction were subjected to restrictions and regulations on their own, it would shrivel them up like spiders on a hot stove.


        2 months ago  ::  Mar 20, 2019 - 11:39AM #10
        ArtVandelay
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