The Day's Three Burning Legal Questions: Sex Edition
Here are today's three burning legal questions, along with the answers provided by the blogosphere.
1) Question: I told my girlfriend I did not want to have kids right now. She vetoed this by performing oral sex on me, covertly saving the sperm, and then artificially inseminating herself. Do I owe child support?
Answer: Umm, whoa. Looks like yes. (Turley, Illinois Court Rules Man Can Sue Over Deceptive Use of Sperm By Girlfriend To Impregnate Herself)
2) Question: I'm a woman. Some dude came up to me and offered me money for sex and then grabbed my butt. I'm not a prostitute and I told the guy to get lost, and he was later charged with "two counts of patronizing a prostitute and one count of forcible touching." What part of "I'm not a prostitute" is unclear here?
Answer: In New York, at least, the law uses the word "prostitute" for anyone who is solicited to engage in sexual conduct. Sorry, madam. (North Country Now, North Lawrence man allegedly offers two women money for sex) (via Legal Juice)
3) Question: I just tried a yogurt sample from this store and I must say it had an odd taste. Kind of like ... like... hmm... like a certain bodily fluid!! What should I do?
Answer: Spit that out! After the police determine what is in it, the sample-giver could well be charged with a battery if it turns out to be, uhhh, you know. (FOX Toledo, Woman claims yogurt sample tasted of semen)
Posted by Bruce Carton on February 5, 2011 at 04:40 PM | Permalink
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