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    Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton wants to ban oral sex

    In an interview, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton voiced his support for the outlawing of sodomy in their state.

    And it's not just some thing gay people do, no, it prohibits anal and oral sex for everybody in the state, and is punishable by law as was until 2003. Two thousand and three. Twenty oh three!
    So far there is a federal law that prohibits states from banning it, but Supreme Asshat Thomas with the criminal wife just said he wants to kill this law too.

    How's this freedom exactly?


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    Originally posted by pjt View Post
    In an interview, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton voiced his support for the outlawing of sodomy in their state.

    And it's not just some thing gay people do, no, it prohibits anal and oral sex for everybody in the state, and is punishable by law as was until 2003. Two thousand and three. Twenty oh three!
    So far there is a federal law that prohibits states from banning it, but Supreme Asshat Thomas with the criminal wife just said he wants to kill this law too.

    How's this freedom exactly?

    The problem is that there actually is not a federal law. There really should be a federal law, just as there should be with abortion.
    “Well ain’t life grand when you finally hit it?”-David Lee Roth

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