Omnipotent Sperm

Omnipotent Sperm
We are non-denominational. While there is only One True Being to whom we completely submit mind, life and, especially, bodies -- Omnipotent Sperm -- we know all faiths and non-faiths inseminate our Celebration, and we thrill at this co-mingling. we passively receive these impregnating concepts, so we may bear the inheritors of this coming revelation. The purpose of wombMan is to fill with the Juice of Life; He penetrates us and dominates us, with His awesome power. we must be worthy of Him.

Wednesday, April 4, 2012

The Doctor's Visit (Arizona legislation analogy)

Uploaded by on Mar 28, 2012

I know the analogy isn't perfect -- a vasectomy is more like a tubal ligation -- but no analogy is ever perfect and it's still the closest male equivalent. No matter which way you cut it, adding an unnecessary and intrusive step onto an already difficult choice is repugnant, and an employer should have absolutely no say in how an employee's prescription medication no matter what the usage -- that's between the employee and their doctor.

And that applies whether it's a man or a woman.

Representatives who push for such pieces of legislation should be ashamed of themselves.

And I didn't even cover the "withhold information" legislation.

(*snicker* bispunkbegone)

Final note: I rather hate the title of this video now, but it's a bit too late to change it :)
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Friday, March 23, 2012

Lauren Zuniga, To the Oklahoma Lawmakers: a poem

Uploaded by on May 4, 2010
Lauren Zuniga performs a poem for the Oklahoma legislators that continually propose anti-choice legislation. The bill referred to here would require women to receive an ultrasound and listen to the baby's heartbeat before an abortion. It is still being challenged in court. Since 2010, various other bills including, "No Fetus in Food" and "Personhood" have been introduced as a way to circumvent Roe V. Wade and shame women. View more poems at




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Thursday, February 9, 2012

'spilled semen' amendment to Oklahoma's Personhood bill

About my 'spilled semen' amendment to Oklahoma's Personhood bill

I took this stand because I'm sick of the hypocrisy of Republican lawmakers who want to police women's reproductive health
Constance Johnson's amendment to SB1433
Constance Johnson's handwritten amendment to Oklahoma senate bill 1433 – a 'Personhood' bill.
As a woman and a 31-year veteran of the legislative process in Oklahoma, I am increasingly offended by state law trends that solely focus on the female's role in the reproductive process. With Oklahoma's new, never-before-experienced Republican majority, we are seeing enactment of more and more measures that adversely affect women and their rights to access safe medical procedures when making reproductive healthcare decisions.

My action to amend the so-called "Personhood" bill – SB 1433, introduced by Senator Brian Crain (Republican, Tulsa) – represents the culmination of my and many other Oklahomans' frustration regarding the ridiculousness of our reproductive policy initiatives in Oklahoma. I have received overwhelmingly positive responses from men and women in Oklahoma – and worldwide. The Personhood bill would potentially allow governmental intrusion into families' personal lives by policing what happens to a woman's eggs without any similar thought to what happens to a man's sperm.
My amendment seeks to draw attention to the absurdity, duplicity and lack of balance inherent in the policies of this state in regard to women. Oklahoma already incarcerates more women than any other place in the world. Under the latest provisions, a woman in Oklahoma may now face additional criminal charges and potential incarceration for biological functions that produce or, in some cases, destroy eggs or embryos, such as a miscarriage. In vitro fertilization, involving the fertilization outside the womb for implantation into the womb, would also potentially represent a violation of the proposed Personhood statute.

Finally, this amendment seeks to draw humorous attention to the hypocrisy and inconsistency of this proposal – from the Republican perspective of down-sized government and less government intrusion into people's private affairs. Despite the great challenges our state faces, it is far more important that we address issues such as affordable healthcare to help improve our state's ranking of 48th in health status; to create good, secure jobs that grow our economy; and ensure that all citizens have access to quality, affordable education.