#ncga: Intercourse? But, of course!

The SAME guy who has burned up the airwaves and the Internet ridiculing conservatives for wanting to keep boys and girls in separate restrooms NOW wants to sink the state’s claws into the question of fornication.    No joke.  THIS is the title of the bill senator Jeff Jackson (D-Mecklenburg) has filed: 

AN ACT TO PROVIDE THAT A PERSON WHO CONTINUES TO ENGAGE IN INTERCOURSE AFTER CONSENT IS WITHDRAWN IS DEEMED TO HAVE COMMITTED THE ACT OF INTERCOURSE BY FORCE AND AGAINST THE WILL OF THE OTHER PERSON.

Before I delve into this, here’s a little nastygram from senator Jeff’s Twitter account:

And the “rules” of fornication are ”the pressing issues of the day” ????  

Here’s another gem from Jeff:

(Did Jeff properly obtain consent from ALL of these gals?   I guess that is a girl he’s hugging.  Let’s say “she” decides she doesn’t like Jeff’s hug prior to his breaking off the embrace.  IS it assault? And will the NCAA or the ACC show concern if it turns out the huggee here IS a guy in women’s clothing, or vice versa?)

Another burning question from the peanut gallery here at Haymaker HQ: Will the college referees — out of work from the HB2 boycott — be hired on by the state to enforce Jeff’s bill, to determine whether or not consent was revoked before the buzzer went off?

Maybe Jeff will take some time off from pandering to the Wimmen’s Studies Department alumni to apologize for insinuating that Tea Party activists and Trump supporters were responsible for a spike in threats to Jewish Community Centers.

Oops. It turned out NEITHER of those groups had anything to do with any of it.  (An Israeli and a black leftist got busted for those dirty deeds.)

 

 

 

 

 

2 comments for “#ncga: Intercourse? But, of course!

  1. Jeff Jackson
    April 4, 2017 at 8:10 pm

    Hi,

    I filed the bill because North Carolina is the only state in the country where a woman cannot legally revoke consent to have intercourse once it has begun. As an assistant district attorney, I saw rape cases in which this was used as a defense. I have yet to find anyone who believes women do not deserve the right to withdraw consent. Most people are shocked to learn this is the law in our state.

    – Jeff

    • patrick
      April 4, 2017 at 11:46 pm

      a better way to write this legislation would be to require every sex act between 2 or more people to be recorded in 1080 HD and uploaded automatically to the cloud and streamed online with audio so that way there will be proof of consent and what time if it happens to be withdrawn if the parties at anytime after the encounter disagree on what occurred

      if you do not like this solution maybe you should spend your time encouraging abstinence until marriage this would help to solve more of society’s problems anyway

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