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gblowfish
04-10-2009, 11:56 AM
House passes bill too gross to talk about
Posted by Michelle Cole, The Oregonian April 07, 2009 12:51PM

Count it among the shortest "debates" to ever occur in the Oregon House.

"Good bill. I urge your aye vote," Rep. Chris Garrett, D-Lake Oswego, said Tuesday about House Bill 2478.

Any closing remarks?

"No," Garrett said firmly.

The proposed new law nobody wants to talk about would make it a second degree sex abuse crime to propel "a dangerous substance at another person." That substance being semen or other bodily fluid flung out of sexual desire.

Yep. Apparently such behavior is part of a gang initiation rituals.

The proposed law follows an incident last June when a man threw his semen on a mother in a Portland area Target store. Her little girl saw it first.

The man was convicted of assault, said Rep. Scott Bruun, R-West Linn. But Bruun and others thought the crime should fall into the category of a sexual assault.

"The bodily fluid in question was not the same thing as throwing a coke at somebody," Bruun said during an interview earlier this month.

He kept quiet Tuesday when the bill hit the House floor. It passed 57-0 and now moves to the Senate.

-Michelle Cole; michellecole@news.oregonian.com

Hydrae
04-10-2009, 12:12 PM
The proposed new law nobody wants to talk about would make it a second degree sex abuse crime to propel "a dangerous substance at another person." That substance being semen or other bodily fluid flung out of sexual desire.

I don't think gang initiations have anything to do with sexual desire. Color me very confused by this one. :spock:

Dave Lane
04-10-2009, 01:32 PM
I think that means without sexual desire ie when not involved sexually

banyon
04-10-2009, 04:16 PM
I don't think gang initiations have anything to do with sexual desire. Color me very confused by this one. :spock:

It's sexual humilation without one's consent. It's sexually motivated in that the offender committed an intentional act to sexually humiliate another human being. That's the only "desire" involved, not meant in the romantic sense of the term.

Pitt Gorilla
04-10-2009, 09:16 PM
The proposed new law nobody wants to talk about would make it a second degree sex abuse crime to propel "a dangerous substance at another person." That substance being semen or other bodily fluid flung out of sexual desire.So, sex is now illegal? Great news...:(

Jenson71
04-10-2009, 09:20 PM
I hope Iowa never does this. I wouldn't know what to do on Saturday nights.

Fish
04-11-2009, 12:06 AM
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</td> <td class="text" colspan="2"> When a girl is going down on you, and just before you climax you pull out of her mouth and nut in your own hand. Then fling the jism in her face, as you jump to your feet, making sure to properly mimic Spidey's web slinging hand motions. Now stand in a position of bravery, and power like any superhero would. Be sure not to react when she yells at you. Stand tall and proud, not too many guys get the chance to do that these days.
Yeah so i nutted in my hand... And i was all like "PLAH SPIDERMAN!!!" And then she was all like "WHAT THE...?" And i was all like... "shhhh baby, the games back on."
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Rain Man
04-11-2009, 08:01 PM
So, sex is now illegal? Great news...:(

That does appear to fall under the new law, doesn't it?