GA. Democratic Lawmaker Drafts Her Own Testicular Bill In Response To GOP Anti-Abortion Law

I actually had another post on the schedule for this afternoon, but I saw this one by Gronda late last night (early this morning) and couldn’t resist sharing it with you! Thanks, Gronda, for the much-needed smile! 😊

Gronda Morin

I couldn’t resist sharing the following piece in full as it just hit home for me. A Democratic Georgian female legislator has obviously reached her limit in having to fight off GOP’s attempts to to control the lives of women’s bodies. She has decided to return the favor to her male colleagues who seem to be overly obsessed with women’s private parts as they attempt to draft new more restrictive anti- abortion laws, with her own legislation that she has introduced to restrict men’s testicular activities.

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Here’s the rest of the story…

On March 12, 2019, Laura Clawson of the Daily Kos penned the following report, ‘Georgia Democrat responds to anti-abortion bill with ‘Testicular Bill of Rights’

“Georgia Republicans are at it again, trying to control women’s bodies through the law—but this time, state Rep. Dar’shun Kendrick is replying in kind with her “Testicular Bill of Rights” showing…

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15 thoughts on “GA. Democratic Lawmaker Drafts Her Own Testicular Bill In Response To GOP Anti-Abortion Law

  1. It takes two to tango as the old saying goes. Perhaps the GOP and the Evangelical right they represent should consider mandatory vasectomy and castration bill to offset anti-abortion policy? Why does all the responsibility have to fall on women? I say the men should be more proactive and practice abstinence! Alas, that won’t jive with crusty old men who dictate law. Jill, as u’v pointed out correctly… too many humans on this planet. Who the heck appointed us stewards of this planet if we can’t even manage ourselves properly. Sheesh. 😉

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  2. I, a man, would recommend a much stronger bill, but seeing as Kendrick was just trying to prove a point she didn’t do too badly.
    Too bad it isn’t a real bill, as I would love to hear the old boys’ club having to debate their need for unprotected sex, and why paternity suits were too invasive. They’d have their tongues so tied in knots they wouldn’t be able to talk.

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