I got this video from Mark Boslough's FB page.
I saw on CNN this morning that Ohio state Senator Nina Turner (D) is introducing legislation to restrict the sale of Viagra to men, requiring them to have written permission from their sex partner and a doctor's determination that the problem is in fact physical and not psychological. Read more:
Turner's proposal would require a man seeking Viagra to first attain an affidavit from a sexual partner attesting to his impotency, see a state-approved sex therapist, complete a stress test to assure he is healthy enough for sexual activity, and return to the doctor every 90 days to check on his cardiac health. The patient would also have to attend three outpatient counseling sessions within six months of receiving his prescription to ensure that he fully understands the "dangerous side effects" of taking erectile dysfunction drugs.
All this crap is about controlling women - as they said years ago, 'Keep 'em barefoot and pregnant.' Gees, I thought we went through this in 1960s.
As Yogi would say, "It's just like déjà-vu all over again."
"Why extremists always focus on women, remains a mystery to me, but they all seem to.
It doesn't matter what country they're in, or what religion they claim, they all want to control women, they want to control how we dress, they want to control how we act, they even want to control the decisions that we make about our own health and our own bodies.
Yes, it is hard to believe, but even here at home, we have to stand up for women's rights and reject efforts to marginalize any one of us, because America needs to set an example for the entire world." - Hillary Clinton, 15 March 2012