Men would have to tell cops about every ‘release of sperm’ if this Georgia bill passes

H/T to Ev for this link.  I had seen a couple articles on some web site a bit back but with so many other things going on I didn’t pick it up and post it.  However, since Ev reminded me of it and in view of the many idiotic pieces of legislation going on nationwide I thought this one best illustrates just how insane things have gotten in America.

If you want a good morning laugh then read this news article –  this is REALITY in Georgia and who knows where else.  Look out all you Georgia WGEN subscribers…. 😀

Jackie Juntti
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This is an actual bill introduced in the Georgia Legislature:

http://www.legis.ga.gov/Legislation/en-US/display/20192020/HB/604?fbclid=IwAR2Gl5NlQ_KQzfSOw979p5RmDdiUDwIHnvFCW3l-X4mTh_8e6pZZav25HA0

“Any male 55 years of age or older shall immediately report to the county sheriff or local11law enforcement agency when such male releases sperm from his testicles.”


https://www.macon.com/news/state/georgia/article227531269.html

Men would have to tell cops about every ‘release of sperm’ if this Georgia bill passes

BY MATTHEW MARTINEZ

A succinct, two-section bill introduced this week in the Georgia General Assembly would make men 55 and older self-report each and every time they ejaculate ­ immediately, to the nearest law enforcement agency.

HB 604, which was introduced Monday, according to its progress tracker on the General Assembly web site, would require those men to “immediately report to the county sheriff or local law enforcement agency when such male releases sperm from his testicles.”

The bill was sponsored by five female Democratic state representatives, including Dar’shun Kendrick. Kendrick, from Atlanta suburb Lithonia, tweeted a separate, but related proposal on Twitter Monday under the umbrella of what she calls her “testicular bill of rights” legislation.

Her “testicular bill of rights” had been re-tweeted more than 4,000 times and started a conversation including more than 2,300 replies as of Wednesday afternoon.


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“You want some regulation of bodies and choice? Done!” Kendrick tweeted, along with a screenshot of an email listing several points to be included in the legislation she says she expects on her desk at the end of the week.

The bullet points include a ban on vasectomies, forcing men to obtain written permission from their sexual partners before obtaining a prescription for an erectile dysfunction medication and making sex without a condom punishable under law as “aggravated assault.”

The point of it all isn’t to push an anti-male agenda, Kendrick said, according to Rolling Stone. She admitted the likelihood of her “testicular bill of rights” passing the Georgia Assembly is not high, but told the magazine that her point is to “bring awareness to the fact that if you’re going to legislate our bodies, then we have every right to propose legislation to regulate yours.”

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