Despite her realization that it has little hope of passing, Georgia Democratic state Rep. Dar'shun Kendrick told Rolling Stone she's "dead serious" about her much ballyhooed "Testicular Bill of Rights" she trumpeted Monday morning on Twitter.
As a way of protesting the Georgia House of Representatives passing a bill last week banning abortions after the fetal heartbeat detection, Kendrick spelled out how she wants to "regulate" men's bodies:
Before men can get Viagra or or "any erectile dysfunction medication," they have to get permission from their sexual partners.
Vasectomies are banned, and doctors who perform them are charged with crimes.
It's "aggravated assault" for men to have sex without condoms.
Paternity testing is required between six and eight weeks of pregnancy — and then fathers-to-be must start paying child support "IMMEDIATELY."
Men who want to purchase porn or sex toys must endure a 24-hour waiting period.