Yasmin Neal, Georgia State Representative Introduces ANTI-VASECTOMY ACT | OH SNAP- SNIP!




IT’S ABOUT TIME! Why aren’t we shifting the focus on men to stop killing our babies with the procedure called vasectomy.  See where we’re going with this?

Go Ms. Yasmin Neal!

Now we know that’s not the case, but doesn’t having a vasectomy achieve the same outcome as injesting a birth control pill?

Wednesday, FEBRUARY 22 at 3 p.m. Join Rep. Yasmin Neal and others as they push for this most IMPORTANT ACT!

What exactly does a vasectomy entail?

WIKI:   Vasectomy is a surgical procedure for male sterilization and/or permanent birth control. During the procedure, the vasa deferentia of a man are severed, and then tied/sealed in a manner such to prevent sperm from entering into the seminal stream (ejaculate). Vasectomies are usually performed in a physician’s office or medical clinic.

There are several methods by which a surgeon might complete a vasectomy procedure, all of which occlude (seal) at least one side of each vas deferens. To help reduce anxiety and increase patient comfort, men who have an aversion to needles might opt for the “no-needle” application of anesthesia while the “no-scalpel” or “open-ended” techniques help to speed-up recovery times and increase the chance of healthy recovery.

Due to the simplicity of the surgery, a vasectomy usually takes less than 30 minutes to complete. After a short recovery at the doctor’s office (usually less than an hour), the patient is sent home to rest. Because the procedure is minimally invasive, many vasectomy patients find that they can resume their typical lifestyle routines within a week, and do so with minimal discomfort.

Because the procedure is considered a permanent method of birth control (not easily reversed), men are usually counseled/advised to consider how the long-term outcome of a vasectomy might affect them both emotionally and physically.


Thousands of children are deprived of birth in this state every year because of the lack of state regulation over vasectomies. It is patently unfair that men can avoid unwanted fatherhood by presuming that their judgment over such matters is more valid than the judgment of the General Assembly, while women’s ability to decide is constantly up for debate throughout the United States. Women, our bodies, and what we do with it are always up for debate.

“This bill has been drafted for all women who have the wherewithal to choose. The day has come where men should feel the same pressure and invasion of privacy that women have faced for years. I have introduced this legislation because it is the purpose of the General Assembly to assert an invasive state interest in the reproductive habits of the men of this state and substitute the will of the government over the will of adult men.

“This bill states that vasectomies can be performed to avert the death of a man or to avert serious risk of substantial or irreversible physical impairment of a major bodily function of the man. This bill mimics the abortion bills throughout the nation, and just like the abortion bills interfere with a woman’s right to choose, it’s only fair that the General Assembly debate the men’s right to choose, as well.”


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33 Responses to Yasmin Neal, Georgia State Representative Introduces ANTI-VASECTOMY ACT | OH SNAP- SNIP!

  1. Ametia says:

    Please check out The ObamaCrat’s Thread Here:

    UnWanted Vaginal Insertions
    Posted on February 23, 2012
    by Jueseppi B.


  2. Kevin Armes says:

    I’m not sure this proposed legislation should have stopped at vasectomy. The act of masturbation also has the same result of preventing a potential father from enjoying the act of procreation. How many babies are lost to humanity every year in flushed Kleenex?

    An additional bonus to including masturbation in this legislation is that it would probably criminalise the wankers on the anti-abortion side.

  3. dannie22 says:

    Only a sista could break it down like that! Thanks Yasmin!

  4. Ametia says:

    What: Public Hearing on The Anti-Vasectomy Act
    When: Wednesday, February 22, 3-4:30PM
    Where: The CLOB, Room 515

  5. rikyrah says:

    there is a wicked genius to this.

    I just applaud this Sista.

    yes yes yes

    they think they can get up all in our uterus’ without a second thought.

    well, it’s time that the tables were turned.

    how do you like the invasion of your PRIVATE PARTS, GENTLEMEN?

  6. PETITION: Republicans are blocking cameras from tomorrow’s women’s health hearing. Tell them to stop censoring women: http://dccc.org/StopCensoringWomen

  7. That’s the way to do it.

  8. Ametia says:

    Let’s keep this MOFO in the mix too>

    Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell & Co. Wants to Party Like It’s 1869! | Advocates Laws To Probe All Up In Our Vaginas
    Posted on February 21, 2012by Ametia


    • Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell


    • Virginia Governor Backs Off ‘State-Sponsored Rape’ Ultrasound Bill, Promises To ‘Review’ Measure http://thkpr.gs/xzYcyb via @thinkprogress

    • rikyrah says:

      thought they would shove this into our uterus’ and we would just go quietly into the night.


      • Rikyrah, I’m reading on Twitter:

        Just Saying @Notjustjazz

        VA House changed the Bill to external ultrasound and passed it. McDonnell will sign it.


      • Ametia says:

        Rikyrah; it’s just mind-blowingly astounding how we are even discussing the thought of this BARBARIC ACT becminga law in the 21st century.


      • Yevette Edwards @YevetteEdwards

        new details has emerged, the pervasive measure has been removed but more extremed takes place

      • Y’all, what kind of fking madness is this?

      • Ametia says:

        WTF? Where’s the link to this charge?

      • Governor of Virginia Calls for Changes in Abortion Bill


        Gov. Bob McDonnell of Virginia reversed his position on Wednesday on a bill requiring women to have an ultrasound before undergoing an abortion, saying he wanted changes in the measure before he would sign it.

        The bill had drawn intense national attention, with women’s health groups holding a large protest over the weekend and spoofs aired on left-leaning comedy news shows.

        On Wednesday, Governor McDonnell, a rising star in the Republican Party who is often talked about as a candidate for vice president, yielded to that pressure, apparently with an eye to a broader national audience that might not look favorably on the passage of such a conservative bill by a legislature controlled by the governor’s party.

        In a written statement issued minutes before the House of Delegates was to debate the bill, known as Senate Bill 484, Governor McDonnell said that after discussion with physicians, lawyers and legislators, he had concluded that amendments were needed to “help clarify the purposes of the bill and reflect a better understanding of prevailing medical practices.”

        Shortly after, the House voted, 65 to 32, to pass the governor’s amended version of the legislation. But whether the governor will have a chance to sign it is in question. The amended version must now move back to the Senate, where the bill’s Republican sponsor, Senator Jill Vogel, has indicated that she plans to invoke her privilege as sponsor to revoke it.

  9. Ametia says:

    A Democratic lawmaker in Georgia is responding to a Republican-backed effort to prevent women from receiving abortions 20 weeks after fertilization with a tongue-in-cheek measure that seeks to limit men’s health care choices: legislation that “would limit vasectomies only to men who will die or suffer dangerous health problems without one.” “Thousands of children are deprived of birth in this state every year because of the lack of state regulation over vasectomies,” said Rep. Yasmin Neal (D) explained. “It is patently unfair that men can avoid unwanted fatherhood by presuming that their judgment over such matters is more valid than the judgment of the General Assembly, while women’s ability to decide is constantly up for debate throughout the United States.”


  10. Ametia says:

    Sign the petition- From Nancy Pelosi:

    Last week, the nation was appalled that Republicans held a hearing on women’s access to birth control coverage that included a panel with five men and no women.

    Now, they’ve gone a step further.

    In a last-minute move, House Republicans have apparently changed their own rules to deny televised testimony from Sandra Fluke, the Georgetown law student that Republicans refused to let testify last week.

    Will you immediately sign our petition calling on Speaker Boehner, Majority Leader Cantor, and House Administration Committee Chairman Dan Lungren to reverse their disgraceful decision to deny Sandra the right to have her testimony televised?

    It is unacceptable that Republicans would once again deny women the right to publicly testify about women’s health care. It is up to all of us to speak out against this shameful censorship.


  11. Ametia says:

    Perhaps Chairman Issa will be in attendance at the anti-vasectomy act, since he gets to determine whether women are qualified to speak on CONTRACEPTION. LMBAO

    • Ametia says:

      Not to worry Sandra Fluke, The GOP have been EXPOSED for their longing for ALL WOMEN to get back into the kitchen, stay bare-foot and preggers, and pop out dem babies, and keep silent. AIN’T GONNA HAPPEN.

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