Oh. I just realized that title is a bit of a double-entendre, but that may be what I mean. I feel like I want to talk about the whole idea of legislating what people can/can't do with their bodies, but I don't know where TO do that. Certainly not on Fb, that would only foist it at the few people I know there! They didn't do it!!
There are so many questions, and dead-end alleyways, I guess I just wonder why there is no counter-legislative push about all this hoop-dee-do about responsibilities and liabilities.
This news blurb just popped up, and MAN, I get fired up! No pun intended! But -- how can women be held solely responsible for any pregnancy, wanted, or not? And how come an assist can be punishable by life imprisonment? What about a suicide? Isn't that illegal? What next? - Prosecute a corpse? What about tattoos? See what I mean?
And what about the Constitutionality of separating Church & State? If ideas or opinions about how people use, or inhabit, or even abuse their bodies is formed from a sense of morality, or belief, - isn't that some kind of 'religion' or 'church?' Isn't there some legislative body that can bring some kind of logic to all this?
See what I mean? I get fired up about it! How come there is no co-responsibility? I mean - one miracle is enough, right? We can't ALL be Miss Mary, of the miraculous One. Ya know? And that only comes from one Brand of belief system; how is that freedom?! Come on, people now, gimme some feedback here.