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Editor: Margaret Ryznar
Indiana University
Robert H. McKinney School of Law

Thursday, March 14, 2019

Testicular Bill of Rights

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.
 
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