Gwinnett legislator drafting ‘Testicular Bill of Rights’ legislation in response to abortion bill

One Gwinnett legislator is pushing back in the aftermath of the Georgia House of Representatives’ recent passage of a new abortion ban bill by hitting her male counterparts — well — below the belt.

State Rep. Dar’shun Kendrick, D-Lithonia, filed paperwork to draft a “Testicular Bill of Rights” on Monday that would, among other things, ban vasectomies in Georgia, make it illegal for men to have sex without wearing a condom and institute a 24-hour waiting period before men can buy porn or sex toys.

And, it would also mandate that men must obtain permission from their partner before they can get an erectile dysfunction medication prescription.

 “Ggggooooodddd morning! Introducing my ‘testicular bill of rights’ legislative package. You want some regulation of bodies and choice? Done,” Kendrick said in a tweet on Monday.

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