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You can't consent to be in those pictures because you're too young to understand the consequences of being in the pictures. So we're going to charge you with the crime of taking pictures of a person too young to understand the consequences of being in the pictures that you took
originally posted by: TrueBrit
a reply to: TKDRL
Both the police, and he young person who initiated the communication involving a picture of their equipment, so to speak, should be prosecuted. It's a vile and ungentlemanly practice to photo bomb people with pictures of ones privates, and it ought to be sternly punished. However, law enforcement should not have the right to force an erection on a minor, just to prove such a case.
originally posted by: charles1952
a reply to: TKDRL
Again, what in the world are you talking about? There is a court issued warrant. It doesn't matter if the parents love or hate the idea.
This is past the stage where the parents could have stopped this. If they really thought this was a horrible life-ending experience they would go to the kid and say:
"Son, we know you did it, you know you did it, the world knows you did it. Go to the judge, plead guilty, and ask for mercy. If you keep fighting this, the judge's warrant will most likely stand, and the photos will happen. Your call, which of the two is worse?"
Its a unnecessary medical procedure thats to result in a involuntary arousal to produce evidence of dubious value. Thats sexual abuse.
Virginia state Legislature passed a bill that would require women to have an ultrasound before they may have an abortion. Because the great majority of abortions occur during the first 12 weeks, that means most women will be forced to have a transvaginal procedure, in which a probe is inserted into the vagina, and then moved around until an ultrasound image is produced.
Since a proposed amendment to the bill—a provision that would have had the patient consent to this bodily intrusion or allowed the physician to opt not to do the vaginal ultrasound—failed on 64-34 vote, the law provides that women seeking an abortion in Virginia will be forcibly penetrated for no medical reason. I am not the first person to note that under any other set of facts, that would constitute rape under the federal definition.*
originally posted by: Nyiah
How in the hell is forcing someone via drugs to have an erection not sexual abuse/rape?? Effing how? I just, this is, I mean, how is that kind of thing justifiable in any manner? Sexual abusers, the whole damn lot of them pushing for this. I was under the impression that when it comes to genitalia, "No" means "NO", and is straight-up assault when ignored. Evidently, I was mistaken if someone has an axe to grind.
< stomps off in a disgusted huff, with a certain finger aimed in this town's general direction >