Female lawmaker proposes testicular bill of rights to counter male lawmakers attempts to legislate w Lawmakers have gone nuts. Georgia state Rep. Darshun Kendrick is floating the idea that if men can legislate womens reproductive rights, women should have a vote on what men do with their bodies. In an email titled Testicular Bill of Rights Legislation sent to fellow lawmakers with its level of importance marked high, Kendrick proposed a bill to ban vasectomies, classify sex without a condom as aggravated assault and require men purchasing Viagra to have their partners consent. Her email is in response to the Georgias House of Representatives approval last week of HB 481, which would forbid abortions from being performed once a fetal heartbeat is detected. Abortion rights activists argue that often comes around the six week point of gestation, before women first realize theyre pregnant. If Kendricks proposal becomes a bill, it would require men to take paternity tests at eight weeks and to begin paying child support to the mothers immediately, because according to conservative lawmakers, the baby is already born at that point. Question . Do we call strong women fempires now? The 36 year old Democrats idea would also require a 24 hour cooling period for men wishing to purchase pornography or sex toys in the state of Georgia, much the same way guns are sold. In an interview with magazine, Kendrick conceded the bill wont pass anytime soon, partially because Georgias 2019 legislative agenda has already passed. She also insisted she was dead serious about the tit for tat proposal. Kendrick says HB 481 is also no laughing matter and fears that its an early step in the right wings agenda to overturn the abortion rights women first won in 1973. HB 481 is a case to test Roe v. Wade. Theyre hoping that it gets up to the Court of Appeals, she said. The Eleventh Circuit is one of the most conservative court circuits that we have, and theyre hopeful that they will uphold part of it, and then theyll take it all the way to the Supreme Court. In his two years in office, President Trump has placed two conservative Justices on the Supreme Court, including Brett Kavanaugh, whose position on womens rights remain murky since his October inauguration. The 54 year old Catholic was accused of several counts of sexual misconduct — all of which he denied — during his confirmation process. He also testified during that hearing that Roe v. Wade was an important precedent of the Supreme Court that has been reaffirmed many times over the past 45 years.