In an effort to promote his views on abortion, a Pennsylvania lawmaker has issued an official memo full of sexual double penetration, announcing shockingly proposed legislation.
Democrat State Representative Christopher Raab’s memo calls for “all conceptions to undergo a vasectomy within six weeks of their third child or 40th birthday, whichever comes first.” The law would allow Pennsylvanians to take civil action for unwanted pregnancies against contraceptives that wrongly conceive a child with them. It will also offer a “$10,000 reward for reporting to the appropriate authorities” who have not complied with this statute within the allotted time frame.
“As long as the state legislature continues to restrict the reproductive rights of CIS women, trans men and non-binary people, there must be laws that address the responsibility of men getting them pregnant,” Raab writes in the memo. “Thus, my bill would also codify ‘wrongful conception’ when a person has demonstrated negligence to prevent pregnancy during intercourse.”
The memo is dotted with strange words. It also contains abortion imagery, stating that our social fabric is being “cut” with bitterness, and suggesting that “we must come together to address this with ‘surgical precision. Must come.”
Rabb’s memorandum states that the bill seeks to end the gender double standard, with debates about abortion, contraception, and related productive matters centered on the bodily autonomy of women and girls.
“There is hardly any meaningful dialogue in this area about public policy focusing on the individual responsibility of cisgender men,” the memo said. “The rights of cisgender men have always been paramount in our society, as they pay little attention to their responsibility as inseminators to change their behavior for the betterment of their partners, families and society at large.”
The memo came on the heels of Saturday’s rallies, organized by abortion activists in Pennsylvania and across the country. The rallies were prompted by Monday’s planned abortion discussions in the Supreme Court and the passage of a Texas bill that bans abortions once a heartbeat is detected, usually at six weeks.
Rabb told The Epoch Times in a text message, “My public memo summarizes a parody bill that I will present to raise awareness that the government is unfairly infringing on women’s personal freedoms and their bodily autonomy. How does it do that?” He did not respond as to why he chose to use sexually charged phrases throughout the memo.
Republicans did not take Rabb’s forced vasectomy bill seriously.
“As you know, there is no chance for committee consideration of the bill,” Mike Straub, spokesman for House Speaker Rep. Brian Cutler, told The Epoch Times in an email. “This proves that Rep. Raab is not really interested in trying to work together towards solving the issues facing the Commonwealth.”