Meanwhile, in North Carolina

…the Xristian Xrazies are legislating women’s nipples, having already explored the limits that they can go on woo-wahs:

The state House Judiciary Committee C approved House Bill 34, which makes it a Class H felony to purposefully expose “private parts” for the “purpose of arousing or gratifying sexual desire.”

The bill expands the state’s definition of “private parts” to include a woman’s “nipple, or any portion of the areola.”

OK, I’ll bite: what’s the big deal here?

Republican state Rep. Rayne Brown told lawmakers that she was co-sponsoring the bill because activists had held a topless women’s rights rally in Asheville last summer, where as many as a dozen women bared their breasts

And I have it on good authority that on any given day in Asheville a dozen men are baring their breasts. So what are you going to do about it?

Democratic state Rep. Annie Mobley said she worried that women wearing “questionable fashions” could be prosecuted under the new rules.

But Committee Chairwoman Rep. Sarah Steven (R) suggested that women could use pasties or nipple coverings just to be safe.

“They’d be good to go” with nipple coverings, Stevens said.

“You know what they say, duct tape fixes everything,” Republican state Rep. Tim Moore agreed.

OK, so we found the Bro’s of North Carolina. Boys, I suggest you put some duct tape over your little Bro’s and then rip that sucker off. Better yet, ask your wives and/or girlfriends to rip off the duct tape.

You know, duct tape does fix everything…

(Crooks and Liars)

0 thoughts on “Meanwhile, in North Carolina

  1. Tell me again why we didn’t let these Bible-thumpin’, hooker-humpin’, sister-marryin’, rifle-rack-in-the-pickmup, inbred, slack-jawed, drooling, hayseed yokels secede?

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  2. Heard down South: “What’s the difference between a Yankee and a rebel? A Yankee comes down here with a U-Haul-It”
    Reply: “What’s the difference between a Yankee and a redneck? The Yankee’s family tree has branches.”

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  3. Republican state Rep. Rayne Brown told lawmakers that she was co-sponsoring the bill because activists had held a topless women’s rights rally in Asheville last summer, where as many as a dozen women bared their breasts

    Since lawmakers are known to blow things out of proportion, I’m going to have to see pictures of said demonstration to make my own judgement.

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  4. No Ta-ta’s? Just read the companion piece at Crooks and Liars.

    Apparently, under state law, women already have the right to bare their breasts. My questions is what’s the state position on the open carrying of rifle and handguns, or do they too have to be covered up?

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  5. At work, a co-worker who wears overalls–yeah, like on Hee-Haw–was told that he can no longer remove his shirt in the evenings (after the muckity-mucks go) because that would be partial nudity. As someone who saw–not on purpose–his hairy flabby man boob poking from the side of his overalls, I have to say kudos HR. They stopped the offender without the benefit of a felony statute. (I work in Manhattan and this is a true story.)

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