Anarcho-Lobbyist vs. Free The Nipple
Last year a transgender person and a feminist came to a New Hampshire beach to show off their repulsive breasts in front of children. They thought this would be a great way to battle their favorite bogeymen “rape culture” and “the patriarchy”. Thankfully, they were charged with lewdness for their efforts.
Sadly, they defeated the case in court. So the New Hampshire state legislature took action and proposed a bill that would explicitly make it illegal for women to go topless in public. House Bill 1525 was before the House Criminal Justice & Public Safety Committee today, and I testified in favor of it.
This didn’t come naturally to me. I’m a libertarian and don’t usually think laws are good was of solving problems. The case made in my testimony however, was that since the people of the community are compelled to pay for the beach through the tax code, whoever used the beach was essentially receiving a subsidy from the taxpayer. Libertarians are generally not big on government subsidies for any behavior, but if a subsidy is going to exist, we can exercise a preference on what is subsidized.
Clearly, the raising of children in a healthy environment is a socially desirable thing. Plenty of private businesses surround this function of society, most people opt to have children, and it is in all of our best interests that those children grow up with healthy ideas about sex and morality and social interactions. If I had a choice not to subsidize this, I would choose not to subsidize it.
The choice the feminist and the tranny tried to impose upon us, was to subsidize their far left social and political agenda. They assert that we live in a “rape culture” where it is somehow socially acceptable for men to rape women, and simultaneously assert that they should be out in public waving their bare breasts around in front of children. Someone named Barbara, who has breasts big enough to notice, simultaneously claims to “not identify as female” and thought it was quite absurd for the prosecutor to ask if she had a vagina in order to ascertain whether she was in fact female.
If I am compelled to choose between subsidizing the healthy rearing of children, or a far left mentally ill agenda, I’ll choose subsidizing the raising of healthy children. So I supported House Bill 1525, and I condemn its opponents as either poorly informed libertarians, or communist degenerates worthy of a Pinochet helicopter ride.
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