Right off the bat, know that this “bill” was put forth as satire (supposedly).
Also know that I have no confidence that the modern feminazi hosebeast has a sense of humor.
So a Texas Democrat, Rep. Jessica Farrar, is suggesting that men be fined for masturbation.
The bill would fine men $100 for the act, if I’m reading this correctly, if the act is, um, “finished.” It would also deem the act as being against the life of an unborn child, failing to preserve human life.
I already see problems there, but I’ll save it, for now.
Farrar’s measure – which she dubbed “satirical” — would allow doctors to refuse to conduct vasectomies, write prescriptions for Viagra or perform a colonoscopy if those actions violate the doctor’s personal, moral or religious beliefs. Patients would be required to wait 24 hours before a procedure is performed, and doctors would be made to read a state-printed booklet, “A Man’s Right To Know,” to the patient.
Doctors would also be required to perform a “medically-unnecessary digital rectal exam” and an MRI before performing vasectomies or colonoscopies or before prescribing Viagra.
If you haven’t guessed, this was Farrar’s attempt to protect abortion, and not only is it not funny, but it shows she doesn’t really understand the arguments against abortion (and possibly, how babies are conceived).
So let’s back up.
First of all, no angry comments, here. I’m neither promoting or condemning masturbation.
Farrar’s stated purpose for this bill, that masturbation is an act against the life of an unborn child and that it fails to preserve human life is just wrong.
Sperm, alone, does not make a human life. Without a woman’s egg to fertilize, those “masturbatory emissions” she’s concerned about are just the confetti after the party.
Abortion, on the other hand, only happens after sperm and egg have joined and there is actual conception of life, so there’s no comparison, whatsoever.
She also continues to push abortion as a women’s healthcare issue.
It’s not. It’s a form of birth control through infanticide, and nothing more. There are so many different methods of birth control these days, there is no rational reason for keeping abortion around.
And unlike abortion, colonoscopies are legitimate healthcare procedures, vasectomies are legitimate birth control – which doesn’t take a human life in the process, I might add, and Viagra is for a legitimate medical purpose, as well.
The pro-abortion crowd are growing desperate, and it shows.