Fighting back at legislative restrictions to abortion and contraception, female legislators in Ohio, Illinois and Virginia have introduced bills that would regulate the use of viagra.
In Ohio, Senator Nina Turner has introduced Senate bill 307, which would require men to see a sex therapist, receive a cardiac stress test and produce a notarized affidavit from a sexual partner affirming impotence before getting their blue pills. The Dayton Daily News article doesn’t say if the therapist can be the person signing the affidavit.
In Illinois, State Rep. Kelly Cassidy, a lesbian rights activist appointed to the legislature last April and elected in November, has proposed a gender equality amendment to legislation would require women to get an ultra-sound before an abortion. Her amendment would require men to watch a video depicting the side effects of Viagra and the treatment thereof.
In Virginia, State Senator Janet Howell submitted an amendment to an ultra sound before abortion bill that would have required men to receive a digital rectal exam prior to receiving a Viagra prescription. Her amendment failed but the ultra sound bill passed.
So far, there is no such legislation is proposed in New Jersey.Posted: March 12th, 2012 | Author: Art Gallagher | Filed under: Abortion, Contraception, Gender Equality | Tags: Abortion, affidavit of impotence, Contraception, digital rectal exam, priapism, sex therapy, ultra sound, viagra | 16 Comments »