Spurred by a classroom demonstration involving a sex toy, Tennessee recently enacted a pro-abstinence sex education law that is among the strictest in the nation.
The most debated section of the bill bars educators from promoting “gateway sexual activity.” But supporters seemed too squeamish during floor debate to specify what that meant, so critics soon labeled it the “no holding-hands bill.” (here) (ht)
That’s right – they have affirmed that they believe taht appendages can assist in sexual reproduction.
What do you mean, Joel?
Well, for starters, whales (mammals, like humans you know) have been found with leg bones that scientists have determined aided in sexual reproduction but have since given way to evolutionary advancement. So, since Tennessee believes that by limiting hand-holding they will prevent the largest teen-pregnancy rate in the country to continue, then they must be affirming that sexual reproduction can happen through limbs, like whales did… on the Discovery Channel.
(If evolution means evolving past sex, I’ll remain a monkey thank you very much)