Is Having Sex a Right?

The Rio Norte Line

Is having sex a right? Or is it healthcare that is a right? Or both?

There is no doubt that the advent of birth control that operates via chemical suppression of natural occurring procreative cycles has significantly altered the outlook on sex because it offered all the carnal pleasures of the act without the consequences – a pregnancy.

Follow me here for a journey into the logic of the liberal mind – careful, be sure to keep your hands and feet inside the car at all times and make sure your seat belt is buckled. Here we go: if healthcare is a right, and birth control is a part of healthcare then birth control must also be a right. Following that logic, if birth control is a right and it is used to prevent the consequences of sex, then sex must also be a right.

If sex free of consequences…

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