Saturday, March 05, 2016

Set An Example. No More Viagra. Tit For Tat.

A US Congress woman introduces a bill that makes it hard for men to obtain a prescription for Viagra. Simply to prove how difficult it is for women to get an abortion. Don't fight evil with evil.

Is that a gun in your pocket or are you just happy to see me - Mae West
There is more to happiness than meets the eye.

Even a smartass like me sometimes gets it wrong. I always believed Viagra was invented to make slaves suffer more. You know, just say the magic words: “open wide boi”  After which mistress pops you a pill and throws in a free chastity device. Funny thing then it is not the cage that grows on the slave. It is the blue miracle which takes away most of his autonomy. You know, that unruly and mostly indepedant part of every slave.

Or perhaps use the blue pill to force slave boi to have yet another involuntary erection after his third ruined orgasm that afternoon. The sun is shining and the sky is the limit. Guess that’s why those pills come in one colour only:sky-blue.

Then again, I also believe Japan is the kinkiest country on earth. Oh boy, am I wrong. Drumrolls please: the kinkiest destination in the world is the United States of America. Last December South Carolina Rep. Mia McLeod pre-filed legislation, designed to drive a point home about women's reproductive rights. As USA Today puts it (and yes that is funny).

“She's attempting to make it as hard for men to get erectile dysfunction drugs as it is for women to get an abortion.”

“Under her bill, a man attempting to obtain Viagra or Cialis would need to undergo a 24-hour waiting period after getting the script; undergo an exam by a sex therapist to rule out "psychological conditions;" take regular stress tests to ensure he's healthy enough for sex; produce a notarized affidavit from a sex partner who can back up his ED claims; and go to at least three sessions of outpatient counseling, where he'd be encouraged to "pursue celibacy as a viable lifestyle choice."


Not only does the congress woman try to make her point by harrassing the male user, she also humiliates the woman that has to co-sign. Being Dutch, I’m often baffled by the intricacies of US political. Unfortunately the only thing this pre-bill illustrates is that politicians always find a way to make other people suffer for their [pretend] believes. If the world were a matriarchy, representative McLeod would be a high-ranking member, mostly for her deviousness. Simultaneously her voting rights would be severly restricted because her nasty ideas are useless.

Be careful what you whish for
When Britain introduced its anti-porn filters, the island’s overlords discovered that to include porn in the default internet censorship package is a major threat to marital bliss, so the omnipotent grudgingly dropped the demand. Unfortunately, politicians never take anybody elses word for it and US citizens are going to find out something very similar soon, if this bill ever passes. Small wonder people don’t get exited over what at best is a double edged sword. Good thing then representative McLeod does not exexpect her bill to ever pass. And yes that introduces a whole new set of uncomfortable questions.

On a separate note: the law is also a sneaky attempt to exclude anyone from gaining access to the blue tower of power, who is not a registered and pre-approved heterosexual – aka married. Yes, that is just as nasty as it sounds.

You know, I am all against bad things and so on. For once mistress does not have to order me to see the light. This one is just plain silly and so narrow-minded that it worries even me.

How about letting people decide for themselves? Representatives [are supposed to] serve the public, not the other way round. Don’t try to make people feel miserable, because of your own preferences. As a politician you have bigger fish to fry. And if size is what matters most, you certainly have more important goals to achieve.

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