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2013-06-30 10:40:00 AM
they came for the men with boners and i said nothing
 
2013-06-30 10:42:36 AM
"The bill is meant to inflict the same sort of humiliation and violation of privacy on men..."

I see your strategy is to be spiteful towards half of your constituency because...reasons?  So instead of fighting against what you perceive as an injustice you have to inflict harm on people as well.  Very grown up of you, Senator.
 
2013-06-30 10:42:57 AM
Actually, my doctor did all that, had some issues with some drugs I was taking interfering with certain functions.  My wife was with me while we talked about it.  It's in my medical record.  Of course unlike birth control, it's not covered by insurance.

But hey, if they want to force insurance to pay for my Cialis by me doing what I already did I'm cool with that.
 
2013-06-30 10:43:03 AM
Can't they all give you a heart attack if used improperly?
 
2013-06-30 10:43:55 AM
Conversely, if morning after pills are OTC now, why not boner pills?
 
2013-06-30 10:45:06 AM

ramblinwreck: "The bill is meant to inflict the same sort of humiliation and violation of privacy on men..."

I see your strategy is to be spiteful towards half of your constituency because...reasons?  So instead of fighting against what you perceive as an injustice you have to inflict harm on people as well.  Very grown up of you, Senator.


She just doesn't want the poor things to have health problems that they can't foresee because they are emotional creatures unable to control their genitalia.
 
2013-06-30 10:47:17 AM

AngryDragon: Conversely, if morning after pills are OTC now, why not boner pills?


Because of their impact on blood pressure, severe interactions with other drugs and bad issues if you take too much they'll never be OTC.  The morning after pill is candy compared to boner pills.
 
2013-06-30 10:47:56 AM
Remember the whole debate about mandating insurance companies to cover birth control for promiscuous women because health care something something?


There is no push to mandate insurance companies to cover drugs that can help people stop smoking like Chantix (smoking related illnesses kill more each year than anything else)

Why is that?
 
2013-06-30 10:48:06 AM
Remember: Every sperm is precious.
 
2013-06-30 10:48:32 AM
Well, men are usually the instigator in rape-rape.

/i went there.
 
2013-06-30 10:48:52 AM
Is Ohio trying to pass shiatloads of anti-choice laws?  Maybe just email this idea to a friend in Texas instead of trying to pass this somewhere else.
 
2013-06-30 10:49:58 AM

ramblinwreck: "The bill is meant to inflict the same sort of humiliation and violation of privacy on men..."

I see your strategy is to be spiteful towards half of your constituency because...reasons?  So instead of fighting against what you perceive as an injustice you have to inflict harm on people as well.  Very grown up of you, Senator.


It's almost as if this is happening in a vacuum, with no prior events that could lead to such actions.  Truly terrifying indeed.
 
2013-06-30 10:50:25 AM
Pretty funny. But I wouldn't want this to pass, either.
 
2013-06-30 10:50:33 AM

AngryDragon: Conversely, if morning after pills are OTC now, why not boner pills?


Special interest/lobbying groups for women.

Same reason why breast cancer awareness takes top billing/gets more awareness/more funding over a deadlier more fatal from of cancer that men get like prostate cancer.

Women are the real sexists.
 
2013-06-30 10:53:25 AM

Mr. Eugenides: AngryDragon: Conversely, if morning after pills are OTC now, why not boner pills?

Because of their impact on blood pressure, severe interactions with other drugs and bad issues if you take too much they'll never be OTC.  The morning after pill is candy compared to boner pills.


Fair enough, then if contraception/Plan B is covered for women by insurance, why not contraception/boner pills for men?
 
2013-06-30 10:55:37 AM

Giltric: AngryDragon: Conversely, if morning after pills are OTC now, why not boner pills?

Special interest/lobbying groups for women.

Same reason why breast cancer awareness takes top billing/gets more awareness/more funding over a deadlier more fatal from of cancer that men get like prostate cancer.

Women are the real sexists.


Let's all point and laugh!
 
2013-06-30 10:55:51 AM

Sandelaphon: ramblinwreck: "The bill is meant to inflict the same sort of humiliation and violation of privacy on men..."

I see your strategy is to be spiteful towards half of your constituency because...reasons?  So instead of fighting against what you perceive as an injustice you have to inflict harm on people as well.  Very grown up of you, Senator.

It's almost as if this is happening in a vacuum, with no prior events that could lead to such actions.  Truly terrifying indeed.


So you're saying it's ok to act one way because a group of others has done the same?  Good to know.
 
2013-06-30 10:57:55 AM

ramblinwreck: "The bill is meant to inflict the same sort of humiliation and violation of privacy on men..."

I see your strategy is to be spiteful towards half of your constituency because...reasons?  So instead of fighting against what you perceive as an injustice you have to inflict harm on people as well.  Very grown up of you, Senator.


No no no, i don' tknow who said that, but that certainly isn't the intent of the bill, you see,men who are in the fragile emotional state that accoompanies their erections can often make bad decisions, decisions that can seriously impact their health, and as such this is merely a series of regulations that seek to address those issues that can arise from the confused man-brain.

Maybe you should check with your doctor, you sound confused and emotional.
 
2013-06-30 10:58:22 AM

ramblinwreck: "The bill is meant to inflict the same sort of humiliation and violation of privacy on men..."

I see your strategy is to be spiteful towards half of your constituency because...reasons?  So instead of fighting against what you perceive as an injustice you have to inflict harm on people as well.  Very grown up of you, Senator.


So you really think she isn't fighting against it?

Humor and sarcasm are very effective weapons. And sometimes men need to be think about what it would be like to live under the rules they create for women in order to understand the injustice of what they do.

If she were really being spiteful, she would have included a mandatory prostate exam via rectal ultrasound.
 
2013-06-30 10:59:26 AM

asmodeus224: ramblinwreck: "The bill is meant to inflict the same sort of humiliation and violation of privacy on men..."

I see your strategy is to be spiteful towards half of your constituency because...reasons?  So instead of fighting against what you perceive as an injustice you have to inflict harm on people as well.  Very grown up of you, Senator.

No no no, i don' tknow who said that, but that certainly isn't the intent of the bill, you see,men who are in the fragile emotional state that accoompanies their erections can often make bad decisions, decisions that can seriously impact their health, and as such this is merely a series of regulations that seek to address those issues that can arise from the confused man-brain.

Maybe you should check with your doctor, you sound confused and emotional.


It's probably just that time of the month for him. You know how boys can get.
 
2013-06-30 10:59:30 AM

Giltric: AngryDragon: Conversely, if morning after pills are OTC now, why not boner pills?

Special interest/lobbying groups for women.

Same reason why breast cancer awareness takes top billing/gets more awareness/more funding over a deadlier more fatal from of cancer that men get like prostate cancer.

Women are the real sexists.


While prostate cancer is slightly more common (about 4,000 more cases per year than breast cancer), there are more deaths from breast cancer (about 10,000 more deaths per year).

TMYK
 
2013-06-30 11:01:50 AM
Call your doctor when an erection lasts for four or more hours?  Sheeiit, I'm callin' everybody!

/Baby, whatchoo doin'?
 
2013-06-30 11:05:57 AM

A Dark Evil Omen: asmodeus224: ramblinwreck: "The bill is meant to inflict the same sort of humiliation and violation of privacy on men..."

I see your strategy is to be spiteful towards half of your constituency because...reasons?  So instead of fighting against what you perceive as an injustice you have to inflict harm on people as well.  Very grown up of you, Senator.

No no no, i don' tknow who said that, but that certainly isn't the intent of the bill, you see,men who are in the fragile emotional state that accoompanies their erections can often make bad decisions, decisions that can seriously impact their health, and as such this is merely a series of regulations that seek to address those issues that can arise from the confused man-brain.

Maybe you should check with your doctor, you sound confused and emotional.

It's probably just that time of the month for him. You know how boys can get.


canestailgating.com
 
2013-06-30 11:06:35 AM

ramblinwreck: Sandelaphon: ramblinwreck: "The bill is meant to inflict the same sort of humiliation and violation of privacy on men..."

I see your strategy is to be spiteful towards half of your constituency because...reasons?  So instead of fighting against what you perceive as an injustice you have to inflict harm on people as well.  Very grown up of you, Senator.

It's almost as if this is happening in a vacuum, with no prior events that could lead to such actions.  Truly terrifying indeed.

So you're saying it's ok to act one way because a group of others has done the same?  Good to know.


No, we are saying that she doesn't mean it to pass. She is trying to get men to understand what it would be like to live in a world where it did pass, and then hoping they will draw parallels between that and similar laws affecting women and possibly be more inclined to repeal them or vote against them.
 
2013-06-30 11:07:31 AM

ramblinwreck: "The bill is meant to inflict the same sort of humiliation and violation of privacy on men..."

I see your strategy is to be spiteful towards half of your constituency because...reasons?  So instead of fighting against what you perceive as an injustice you have to inflict harm on people as well.  Very grown up of you, Senator.


Way to miss the point, buddy.
 
2013-06-30 11:08:06 AM

DarwiOdrade: Giltric: AngryDragon: Conversely, if morning after pills are OTC now, why not boner pills?

Special interest/lobbying groups for women.

Same reason why breast cancer awareness takes top billing/gets more awareness/more funding over a deadlier more fatal from of cancer that men get like prostate cancer.

Women are the real sexists.

While prostate cancer is slightly more common (about 4,000 more cases per year than breast cancer), there are more deaths from breast cancer (about 10,000 more deaths per year).

TMYK


1 in 36 men will die from prostate cancer, 1 in 36 women will die of breast cancer.

http://www.cancer.org/cancer/prostatecancer/detailedguide/prostate-c an cer-key-statistics

http://www.cancer.org/cancer/breastcancer/detailedguide/breast-cance r- key-statistics

More women are born than men....by about 1% or so.
 
2013-06-30 11:08:19 AM

DarwiOdrade: TMYK


Plus, boobs.

Blahbbs: Remember: Every sperm is precious sacred.


yw
 
2013-06-30 11:13:15 AM

Giltric: DarwiOdrade: Giltric: AngryDragon: Conversely, if morning after pills are OTC now, why not boner pills?

Special interest/lobbying groups for women.

Same reason why breast cancer awareness takes top billing/gets more awareness/more funding over a deadlier more fatal from of cancer that men get like prostate cancer.

Women are the real sexists.

While prostate cancer is slightly more common (about 4,000 more cases per year than breast cancer), there are more deaths from breast cancer (about 10,000 more deaths per year).

TMYK

1 in 36 men will die from prostate cancer, 1 in 36 women will die of breast cancer.

http://www.cancer.org/cancer/prostatecancer/detailedguide/prostate-c an cer-key-statistics

http://www.cancer.org/cancer/breastcancer/detailedguide/breast-cance r- key-statistics

More women are born than men....by about 1% or so.


From your cite:

About 29,720 men will die of prostate cancer  (in 2013)
About 39,620 women will die from breast cancer  (in 2013)
 
2013-06-30 11:15:28 AM

Giltric: DarwiOdrade: Giltric: AngryDragon: Conversely, if morning after pills are OTC now, why not boner pills?

Special interest/lobbying groups for women.

Same reason why breast cancer awareness takes top billing/gets more awareness/more funding over a deadlier more fatal from of cancer that men get like prostate cancer.

Women are the real sexists.

While prostate cancer is slightly more common (about 4,000 more cases per year than breast cancer), there are more deaths from breast cancer (about 10,000 more deaths per year).

TMYK

1 in 36 men will die from prostate cancer, 1 in 36 women will die of breast cancer.

http://www.cancer.org/cancer/prostatecancer/detailedguide/prostate-c an cer-key-statistics

http://www.cancer.org/cancer/breastcancer/detailedguide/breast-cance r- key-statistics

More women are born than men....by about 1% or so.


I'll see your rounded off ratios and raise you actual cases. Men can get breast cancer too, you know.
 
2013-06-30 11:16:28 AM

give me doughnuts: Giltric: DarwiOdrade: Giltric: AngryDragon: Conversely, if morning after pills are OTC now, why not boner pills?

Special interest/lobbying groups for women.

Same reason why breast cancer awareness takes top billing/gets more awareness/more funding over a deadlier more fatal from of cancer that men get like prostate cancer.

Women are the real sexists.

While prostate cancer is slightly more common (about 4,000 more cases per year than breast cancer), there are more deaths from breast cancer (about 10,000 more deaths per year).

TMYK

1 in 36 men will die from prostate cancer, 1 in 36 women will die of breast cancer.

http://www.cancer.org/cancer/prostatecancer/detailedguide/prostate-c an cer-key-statistics

http://www.cancer.org/cancer/breastcancer/detailedguide/breast-cance r- key-statistics

More women are born than men....by about 1% or so.

From your cite:

About 29,720 men will die of prostate cancer  (in 2013)
About 39,620 women will die from breast cancer  (in 2013)


Which works out to 1 in 36 (also in the cite in case you missed it) since there are more women in the world.....
 
2013-06-30 11:17:22 AM

give me doughnuts: Giltric: DarwiOdrade: Giltric: AngryDragon: Conversely, if morning after pills are OTC now, why not boner pills?

Special interest/lobbying groups for women.

Same reason why breast cancer awareness takes top billing/gets more awareness/more funding over a deadlier more fatal from of cancer that men get like prostate cancer.

Women are the real sexists.

While prostate cancer is slightly more common (about 4,000 more cases per year than breast cancer), there are more deaths from breast cancer (about 10,000 more deaths per year).

TMYK

1 in 36 men will die from prostate cancer, 1 in 36 women will die of breast cancer.

http://www.cancer.org/cancer/prostatecancer/detailedguide/prostate-c an cer-key-statistics

http://www.cancer.org/cancer/breastcancer/detailedguide/breast-cance r- key-statistics

More women are born than men....by about 1% or so.

From your cite:

About 29,720 men will die of prostate cancer  (in 2013)
About 39,620 women will die from breast cancer  (in 2013)


It's OK - nobody really expects him to know what he's talking about anyway.
 
2013-06-30 11:59:53 AM

ramblinwreck: Sandelaphon: ramblinwreck: "The bill is meant to inflict the same sort of humiliation and violation of privacy on men..."

I see your strategy is to be spiteful towards half of your constituency because...reasons?  So instead of fighting against what you perceive as an injustice you have to inflict harm on people as well.  Very grown up of you, Senator.

It's almost as if this is happening in a vacuum, with no prior events that could lead to such actions.  Truly terrifying indeed.

So you're saying it's ok to act one way because a group of others has done the same?  Good to know.


constant contact with republicans does have a corosive effect on ethics and morals
regretfull but there it is
 
2013-06-30 12:07:05 PM
Since all these protest bills always resort to putting ED, contraception, pregnancy as all treated indistinguishably under sexual/reproductive health. I would like an amendment to the bill the state be mandated to spend equally on men's and women's reproductive services.
 
2013-06-30 12:56:39 PM

AngryDragon: Conversely, if morning after pills are OTC now, why not boner pills?


Morning after pills are a race against the clock. Boner pills are not.

Zarquon's Flat Tire: Is Ohio trying to pass shiatloads of anti-choice laws?  Maybe just email this idea to a friend in Texas instead of trying to pass this somewhere else.


Yes, they are, even going so far as to change the definition of "pregnancy".
 
2013-06-30 07:01:44 PM

ramblinwreck: Sandelaphon: ramblinwreck: "The bill is meant to inflict the same sort of humiliation and violation of privacy on men..."

I see your strategy is to be spiteful towards half of your constituency because...reasons?  So instead of fighting against what you perceive as an injustice you have to inflict harm on people as well.  Very grown up of you, Senator.

It's almost as if this is happening in a vacuum, with no prior events that could lead to such actions.  Truly terrifying indeed.

So you're saying it's ok to act one way because a group of others has done the same?  Good to know.


The other bills against women have the same logical arguments against them, so you can either vote for both or against both to be consistent, but all the conservatives will vote for the anti-women's healthcare bill and against the anti-men's healthcare bill because they're hypocritical pieces of shiat, while she will probably vote against both, because she only put this bill up to highlight the hypocritical assholes.
 
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