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Sodomy Laws, Republicans and Porn-UPDATED

Editorial – Straight or gay, married or single, I’ve always believed people should be allowed to enjoy their sexuality anyway they choose so long as (A) everyone consents to the activities involved, (B) no one gets hurt [scratches and whip marks don’t count], and (C) no one is breaking the law.

But what a quandary when taking into consideration my own little rules, finding out that in some states, sexual acts I consider no big deal, are illegal and special interest groups continue to fight and try to strengthen the government’s position in regulating them.

Such is the case with anal sex.

It’s still illegal for men and women, in heterosexual relationships to enjoy sodomy in Idaho, Utah, Michigan, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana and Florida. Most of those states don’t surprise me, I mean lets be honest, it wasn’t until recently that a few of the southern ones accepted the American flag and put down the racially stereotypical Confederate one [And don’t send me all your ‘it stood for pride’ bullshit emails either]

But Florida? I know Florida has some tough law officials and strict penalties for criminals, and I’m okay with that, but I would have thought they’d be cool with some back door entry now and again, at least for straight couples.

Don’t get me wrong, personally, I’m not even a big fan of anal sex. My girlfriend offers it to me once and a while after a few Kettle Ones, but I’d rather have a warm, wet, tight pussy anyday. Regardless, I’m of the opinion that if the sexual act is practiced safely, with patience and consent…who cares?

Don’t these people have anything else to do with their lives then worry about the things my girlfriend puts in her ass in the privacy of her own home, hotel room, etc.? If anything, more anal sex promotes less unwed childbirth.

While searching for info on a news story, I stumbled across a web site that basically seems like a hidden organization who’s main purpose is to spread the word that “Gay is Wrong” although they mask their cause by generalizing sodomy as a whole. [Ha ha ha, get it? Sodomy as a hole. Okay sorry. Back to the piece.]

In any event, the people over at www.sodomylaws.org featured a story from ABC news a couple of years back and then another conservative tight wad name Phil Burress offered his opinion within the story as well. The gist of the story was about an openly gay congressman who was coming to Arizona to give a political speech and how it was a big deal that they even chose this guy as a speaker…yaddy…yaddy.

Burress added his thoughts to the Republican National Committee Chairman, Jim Nicholson, on the issue:

Action Needed

Mr. Nicholson,

I am Phil Burress, Chairman of Equal Rights not Special Rights based in Cincinnati, Ohio.

Cincinnati challenged the ideal that homosexuality or sexual orientation is a minor class or a class of people worthy of special protection under the law. The Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals unanimously upheld the right of the people of the Cincinnati to prohibit special rights based on ones sex partner.

Therefore, Mr. Kolbe as a self described homosexual means nothing except to say he engages in sodomy. Did you know that in Arizona, sodomy is against the law? Mr. Kolbe should be arrested when he returns to his home state for violating state law.

Would you agree that all lawmakers should insist that all laws be enforced?

Respectfully,

Phil Burress

I read this shit and thought to myself, “is this fuckin’ idiot for real?” I had to send a letter. I couldn’t find Burress’ e-mail addy but I certainly found Jim Nicholson.

Wayne C. Lewis wrote to the Republican National Committee Chairman:

To Whom It May Concern:

While using a search engine, I accidentally found your piece on the openly gay congressman who returned to Arizona and the Phil Burress [AFA.net] letter posted within the story: www.sodomylaws.org/usa/wackos/wacko04.htm.

I must say, as a registered and voting Republican, it’s a shame to see how closed minded many of my fellow party members still are. First, in the story about the congressman, Burress assumes because someone is gay that they partake in sodomy, which so you know, is not always the case.

Second, the fact that people are still fighting against American’s freedoms to have consensual sodomy is just ridiculous in my opinion–especially when in many instances, those who fight the hardest, have the most secrets and desires.

Phil’s ancient approach to life and sexuality hasn’t been only spotlighted in this piece I found on your site. Many months back we enjoyed his closed minded comments on our adult news site: www.adultfyi.com/read.aspx?ID=85.

It’s so disheartening being a Republican and sharing many of the goals and values of fellow republicans, only to see people like this, as well as others like John Ashcroft and scattered right wingers who move me and push me more and more towards the otherside, especially when the otherside consistently has nothing to offer. Such is the case again this election year.

Digest this e-mail anyway you wish,

Wayne C. Lewis

Republican For Porn & Sexual Freedoms, without Gov’t Intervention

PS: I support Pro-Choice too!

I felt so good when I clicked “SEND.”

Will keep ya updated if they respond. Your thoughts?

Mark Kearns, AVN wrote:

Those laws may still be on the books in those states, but a case filed under them likely would never come to trial, and if it did, it would never stand appeal, thanks to Lawrence v. Texas.

JimmyRocket wrote:

Way to go Wayne. I had no idea you were Republican. Kind of doesn’t fit you if I may say so myself. I mean, you got naked chicks on your lap every night at ksex and you agree with every liberal stance out there regarding porn, prositution and sex issues.

Either way, good to see ya slam ’em, not that it’ll do any good

Wayne writes:

Thanks Jimmy. I honestly wish our countries didn’t have parties. I think we’re all in this together. We should be individuals in our ideas and approach for what makes a better USA but by dividing us by groups, I feel like we inspire each other to disagree because no one wants to admit that some views by other parties are actually GOOD views.

People vote by party. People agree on issues because of what party they’re in. In the political high ups…it’s even worse. There are so many Republicans who think like me, have a much more relaxed attitude about sex, porn and the entertainment industry as a whole, but they won’t speak out because they’re afraid of what their peers will do or say.

So, I stay a registered Republican because I do agree with a lot of their approaches in the grand scheme of things [INCLUDING THE WAR ON SADDAM] but I tend to vote for whoever I feel is the best candidate. Unfortunately, it’s hard to find someone I like on either side of the fence.

Thanks for your comments.

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