Yea-yuh Ohio state senator from Cleveland.
I really like these countertroll bills that are popping up everywhere, but they haven't exactly worked anywhere else in changing legislators' minds. Is it a matter of time/once every state sees one of these bills, or are these bills just going to be lumped in with the rest of the normal activism going on out there as far as how much change they directly effect? The latter isn't necessarily a bad thing, since there's some darn good pro-choice/women's health activism going on to counter the general right-wing nutbaggery.
I wonder if anyone's responded specifically to her "celibacy is an option" point. I wonder if anyone's going to go down the road of "boys will be boys/men who have sex because duh, penises need to be stuck into things" which would be an awesome contrast to "In my day, women took aspirin for birth control; they held it between their knees." I just really wonder if someone would say blatantly, "Celibacy is the best option for women, but for men it isn't reasonable." I want to think no, that even if they believe it, it wouldn't fly as a verbal statement. In this political comment climate, who knows.
Picture a bright blue ball just spinning, spinning free
Dizzy with possibility