The battle over reproductive rights affects everyone, men and women alike, and a lawmaker from Georgia is making her point known with the introduction of a “testicular bill of rights.” The recent passage of House Bill 481 in Georgia has increased the criminalization of abortion, making the procedure forbidden after a fetal heartbeat is detected. Several female lawmakers are upset about the increased onus of reproductive responsibility and are floating their own measures to respond.
Democrat Dar’shun Kendrick’s bill of rights would require all pregnant mothers to submit to a DNA test of their unborn babies at six weeks and one day of pregnancy. The law would require the fathers to immediately and uncontestedly pay child support from that point, as well as “establish 24-hour waiting period for men to purchase porn or sex toys, and require men to get permission from their sex partner before obtaining a prescription for erectile dysfunction medication.”
A second bill from State Rep. Park Cannon would only affect men 55 or over, requiring them to report to the local county sheriff or police department each time they bust a nut. Neither of these bills have a chance of passing, but it’s interesting to see how the pro-choice protests find themselves playing out in the halls of government.
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