In Kentucky ‘Pink Slips’ May Soon Be Required For VIAGRA Prescriptions Before Men Can So Easily Slip Into The Pink+ Why Women Lawmakers Need To Take This More Seriously If They TRULY Want It To Be Made A Law

about it as much, but we attribute the invention of social media and this new technological/instant gratification world we live in as some of the underlying reasons why (many) men are disloyal and distracted. But this blue pill is doing wonders for men’s self-esteem and too, (by my definition) men’s “sexual esteem.”

glitter gold starI don’t care how “Godly,” spiritual, astute, educated, well-rounded, street smart, book smart or well-traveled or simply ‘ghetto’ a man is: All men are humbled to the level of the performance of their penis and his paper. To a man’s heart (and how he feels about himself and makes it in this world) they hold the same weight and value (to him).

 

The problem with that is, this “blue pill” is not as monitored and regulated as it should be and with the magic it’s working (combined / in conjunction with this distracting, instant gratifying world we live in) men are indeed able to indulge more, longer, and in ways than ever (or never) before.

Every man from 16-60 can now play on a virile, leveled playing field so that very well could leave lots up to bat, knocked out of the ballpark (or left to sit in the dugout).viagra
With access, (whether it be money, the “blue pill” or anything in access) comes responsibility. And when you have such a miracle worker accessible like candy-practically given away to millions of men the world over; the instant benefits far outweigh the risks yet, although it (like the secret “problem area” for which it was invented), it’s unlikely that the risk will matter to a man.

download (1)Well if you remember from our write up a couple months ago, South Carolina State Rep Mia McLeod was lobbying to get Viagra more closely monitored (as is female contraception and steps involved in a woman making a decision to not conceive are now ruled and regulated).

That being the case, McLeod felt a closer look (should too) be taken into consideration for men who take Viagra as, these women aren’t conceiving children alone-it takes two. As well, McLeod feels that these men, too, should undergo some red tape and process that (too) could save them from themselves (too).

marzianWell while the jury is still out on that being made law state-wide, Kentucky stepped up to bat, first and a home run was hit: Louisville (D) Rep Mary Lou Marzian introduced a bill that would require men with erectile dysfunction to meet a certain amount of requirements before they could obtain the drug (on reasons other than by request and no proof like now).

Like McLeod, Marzian is tired of big government inserting itself into the lives and labias of women and decided to introduce a bill that would create obstacles for men to get this please pill-one requiring they get notes from their wives stating the pill was necessary.

And if these women have their way, the distance between a Viagra and a vagina may be a pink slip before these men can slip into the pink so confidently and cavalierly.

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Empire Cookie LuciousThis is the part where I put my ‘b/itch’ hat on and drop the girly giggles and fun with the headlines and get serious.

Speaking “womp” “womp” to men is allowed in bedroom-not the boardroom.

In my own private life, (regarding serious issues having to do with my life), I don’t speak “womp” womp” when I’m dealing with men.

By comparison to the male species, the female species is already considered to be the weaker sex. Such engraved stigmas and (repeated) gender role separation makes a woman’s cry already read: “womp womp womp.” So with that, yes, men really DO  think they can climb up on Capital Hill and make decisions and male obstacles regarding on our Fallopian tubes and ovaries yet, have easy access to a pill that keeps them virile enough to fertilize them (with no red tape or obstacles).

That said, although this “wife write a note” House Bill may not be taken seriously, there are serious issues with overprescribing Viagra (not to mention social/accessibility/accountability responsibility issues of such a thing affording men to have the tools to sexually indulge in ways that before the pill they didn’t have).

That being the case, if McLeod and Marzian would take the “girly” and playful frivolousness out of it, in considering the serious reasons necessary for Viagra prescrip obstacles and red tape as listed here, the bill does makes sense (and might be taken seriously IF these women too, get serious beyond a headline).

Now I understand the social media attraction to the frivolousness in the headlines, but where the business of the issue is concerned, both women (and all interested parties) need to back it by serious action and reasons why such a bill is needed. Because the double standard of men having access to such “magic” for their “stick” (that too, is very much apart of a woman’s decision / being stuck on conception) has to begin with participation of that very same “stick.”

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