Fucking the Constitution Isn't Like Oral Sex

—it doesn't leave any DNA evidence behind.

January 23, 2004 º 17:08:23 PST º Comments (9) º TrackBack (0)

Busted in Texas for Vibrator

Joanne Webb, a former fifth-grade teacher and mother of three, was in a county court in Cleburne, Texas, on Monday to answer obscenity charges for selling the vibrator to undercover narcotics officers posing as a dysfunctional married couple in search of a sex aid.

Webb, a saleswoman for Passion Parties of Brisbane, faces a year in jail and a $4,000 fine if convicted.

Nobody should be busted anywhere for selling a vibrator. Have these people no decency? Government has no right whatsoever to get involved with outlawing vibrators.

December 17, 2003 º 21:53:49 PST º Comments (16) º TrackBack (0)

American Family Association Wants You!!!

To take their poll on civil rights for all American citizens.

You already know how I answered. What about you?

December 17, 2003 º 20:12:49 PST º Comments (3) º TrackBack (0)

Coming Out

A few developments this year make it look more and more likely that my West Point tour guide will prove correct. Change is in the air. Significant court decisions in Texas, Georgia and Massachusetts may soon lead to the legalization of same-sex marriages. In the race for the White House, all nine candidates for the Democratic nomination support the repeal of "don't- ask-don't-tell"--the 1993 law that bars openly gay people from serving in the military. One candidate with more than a little weight on the subject is Gen. Wesley Clark, the former NATO commander who was himself a top West Point student. During a campaign in which Clark—a recently-declared Democrat—occasionally struggles to connect with voters, he's at his most genuine when describing the position that gay service members find themselves in. Either they deny who they are or they have to leave the job they love, he says. "It's a very sad thing," Clark said during one candidates' debate, "because a lot of these people wanted to serve."

December 14, 2003 º 12:33:52 PST º Comments (1) º TrackBack (0)

Got Lube?

What is that man doing to that sheep?

December 12, 2003 º 22:44:01 PST º Comments (1) º TrackBack (0)

Vithoon Chaomchaipl & Student Union Condoms

That's probably premature. Prostitution can certainly be a good thing.

There's an awful lot of confusing of issues here. Condoms on a campus certainly have nothing to do with the child sex slave trade.

Proper personal hygiene is not a problem, ever.

Student Union leader Vithoon Chaomchaipl was quoted as saying the leadership voted 6-1 against the plan just ahead of World AIDS Day on December 1 because installing machines "is not the best solution to fight the AIDS problem."

Prophylactics are involved in a wide range of protections against a wide range of infections. AIDS is only one of many such infections. Vithoon Chaomchaipl needs to understand the issues before he makes such votes.

It may be that there is an existing system for those who require condoms to get them affordably and conveniently from sources other than government supplied vending machines in the bathroom of the local student union. In which case Chaomchaipl may have a point and his vote was truly considered. On the other hand such a vending machine may be the only potential local affordable and convenient way to obtain condoms. If that is the case then Chaomchaipl's vote is truly ill considered.

December 1, 2003 º 22:22:08 PST º Comments (2) º TrackBack (0)

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