going down in the South


Louisiana tried. Well, at least one of their representatives tried, by adding an amendment to a bill that would get rid of the state’s oral sex and sodomy laws (both are currently illegal in Louisiana, as in many other states). The bill was, unfortunately, unanimously voted down.
I’m going to take a wild leap of faith here and assume that intense fear of “legalizing” homosexual activities was the only reason the bill was so unanimously denied. Homophobia can be a strange and insidious thing.I find it odd that oral sex and anal sex have been so closely tied in the law books, and not just in Louisiana. You’d think they’d deal with sexual activity on a case by case basis rather than blanketing several acts in one law. I suppose it holds a strange kind of logic if you work from the perspective that sex is for procreation only, and should only be between a man and a woman in the marriage bed (wish someone had told my ex-husband about that). Given that, I’m surprised that sex outside of marriage isn’t also illegal.
What I find most amusing is the thought of how this law might affect the very members of the House that voted it down. You just know those good ol’ boys must love a good blowjob now and then. I say we get the police to follow them around, in their cars, in their homes, and start arresting them for breaking the law every time they stick their cocks in someone else’s mouth. Make it a House crime wave, so to speak. Arrest after arrest after arrest, until these people break down and are forced through their own humiliation and legal bills to rethink their votes on that bill.
[Laughs] It’s a nice thought, anyway.

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