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Kiss is a Contract

Filed under: General — Downunder @ 8:43 pm Mon 11th October 2021

It’s convenient to separate sex from reproduction and this is an argument that blossomed under the Clark Administration,

Just a thought but what do you think?


  1. Obviously females past menopause is an exception.
    Otherwise, it’s a difficult subject.
    Stealthing, by females, prolific.

    It’s the argument for male responsibility.
    That having sex, for men, is a contract with the woman.
    That if she gets pregnant, he is responsible.

    It hard to have any arguments, against that.
    So sex is not seperate, from reproduction.
    Naturally it’s necessary.

    However this is not 1921, it’s 2021.
    Females now have a huge range, of contraception options.
    The risk of pregnancy drops to about 1 in 100, a year.

    Unlike men, females also have an abortion option.
    So if pregnancy happens, they can exit the contract.
    Men cannot exit the contract.

    When 1/2 of pregnancy’s don’t have the males consent.
    This is a big issue for men, seriously harming there lives.
    And no protections exist for them in law.

    Even male children, have to pay the abuser.
    All crimes involving sex, if done to men, ignored.
    Even the female condom removers, our only defence.

    Protected, with endemic bigotry.
    Huge sums then made by lawyers, from angry males.
    Abused, rights removed, then persecuted, for money.

    Comment by DJ Ward — Tue 12th October 2021 @ 4:47 pm

  2. And Venus is the Goddess of Love and Mars the God of War?

    Comment by Evan Myers — Tue 12th October 2021 @ 5:02 pm

  3. It could be, men are from Mars, women are from Venus.
    One is habitable, one is not.

    Comment by DJ Ward — Tue 12th October 2021 @ 6:48 pm

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