Politics Supreme Court OKs sexual torture of women

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  1. crandc

    crandc Well-Known Member

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    In a 1989 decision, the men of the Supreme Court ruled states may regulate vaginas as long as the regulations do not cause "undue burden" to owners of said vaginas. They did not specify what "undue burden" consists of and as the Court has moved right while states become more rabid in punishing sluts, I mean women who have sex, practically nothing is now an "undue burden".

    Five men on the Supreme Court just upheld Kentucky's law requiring sexual torture of women seeking abortions, yes, you did read that right.

    Women must undergo a transvaginal ultrasound. In a normal ultrasound, a wand is passed over the abdomen. The patient remains clothed and the procedure is painless. In a transvaginal ultrasound, the patient is stripped naked, her legs forced wide apart, and a probe rammed into her vagina up to the cervix. In the rare cases when this procedure is medically necessary, women have described it as extremely painful and humiliating, akin to rape.

    In the Kentucky law, the procedure has no medical necessity. Sluts, I mean women, must undergo and pay for it. The law mandates that a screen be placed in her line of sight, and the doctor must read a state-mandated description of the fetus, while playing a recording of a fetal heartbeat. The woman is expressly forbidden to close her eyes or look away. Although doctors take an oath to first, do no harm, the doctor cannot decide the assault is harmful to the patient and decline or stop it. There are no exceptions, whether she is seeking to terminate pregnancy due to contraceptive failure, rape, her own health crisis, severe fetal abnormality, or even if the pregnancy would kill her.

    Five men, two of them known sexual abusers, have said this is fine and dandy. So expect more states to pass mandatory sexual torture laws.

    The bill was signed into law by the outgoing governor who was just defeated. Before leaving office, he also signed a huge number of pardons. One pardon was for a convicted murderer whose brother had organized a fundraiser for the governor's campaign. The murderer's two co-defendants were not pardoned, even though he and not they pulled the trigger. He also pardoned a man convicted of the rape of a 9-year-old girl in a case where the evidence was described as overwhelming. At least the little whore, I mean child, is too young to get pregnant, so she doesn't have to have a probe rammed into her vagina.
     
  2. Chris Craig

    Chris Craig (Blazersland) I'm Your Huckleberry Staff Member Global Moderator Moderator

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    Not surprised. Disturbed, but not surprised. On par for a conservative SC. Unfortunately, expext more like this.
     
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    Maybe they should rule that dna samples from men accused of sexual assault/rape should have a needle inserted up their penis to obtain a dna sample.
     
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    crandc Well-Known Member

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    I am actually opposed to torture of people accused of a crime, even more so of people trying to do something legal.
     
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    oh, so am I as I was being sarcastic.
     
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    Lanny Original Season Ticket Holder "Mr. Big Shot"

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    Bullshit, this can't be true. Sure, we have some awful stupid people in our country but no one could possibly be that stupid.
     
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    crandc Well-Known Member

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    What are you questioning? That is the law. Look it up.
     
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    Do you live in Kentucky? Your description of the affront are indeed horrific, but how did you come to conjure them into text?
    Better yet why? California seems way more than fucked up with it's own problems, why worry about Kentucky?
    This country is a Union of State, you know.
     
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    Your take does give me chuckle.
     
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    crandc Well-Known Member

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    Oh. I live in California, therefore I shouldn't care about what happens to humans elsewhere? That's not how I was raised.
     

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