In Kansas, your choice of genitalia brings you legal obligations

You have got to be fucking kidding me. In yet another blow against a woman’s right to choose, and yet another blow for the Forced Birth Movement that is the Republican party and the “pro-lifers” who only give a shit about life until it’s out of the womb, the Kansas legislature just approved a ban on insurance companies covering abortion in their general health plans.

Via Peter Rugg at The Pitch, as reported in the McPherson Sentinel:

Rep. Pete DeGraaf, a Mulvane Republican who supports the bill, told her: “We do need to plan ahead, don’t we, in life?”

Bollier asked him, “And so women need to plan ahead for issues that they have no control over with pregnancy?”

DeGraaf drew groans of protest from some House members when he responded, “I have a spare tire on my car.”

“I also have life insurance,” he added. “I have a lot of things that I plan ahead for.”

Like being drugged and raped and impregnated. You never know when some stranger might accidentally put their penis in your vagina and inseminate you while you’re minding your own business! Because that’s the actual analogue to what happens when you accidentally get a flat tire, you see. Hey, women, by taking on the responsibility of vagina-ownership, you need to be aware that you’re now legally obligated to insure yourself against being raped and inseminated. Shoulda thought of that before you picked the womb with a view, because now you’ve got legal responsibilities that come from your choice of genitalia.

As though women get a fucking choice.

Until DeGraff is forced to take out an insurance policy on his pecker in case it happens to impregnate a woman while he’s being raped, this is unduly onerous to women.

In Kansas, your choice of genitalia brings you legal obligations
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3 thoughts on “In Kansas, your choice of genitalia brings you legal obligations

  1. 1

    I wonder if any of those people who voted for this bill smoke cigarettes. Or drink alcohol. Or drive over the speed limit. Or do anything that might increase their cost of care, and thereby increase MY cost of insurance. Why the fuck should I have to cover for their immoral lawbreaking? Goddamn sinners piss me off.

  2. 3

    My first thought is of having bragging rights for not living on Kansas. Immediately following is the thought that, no, I don’t…I live in Old Virginy, where the politicians are still bat-shit crazy. *facepalm*

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