Kansas Lawmakers: Ensuring a stereotype.

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  1. Rodimus Prime

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    http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20060505/ap_on_re_us/marriage_age
     
  2. misterd

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    Sounds to me like they're trying to eliminate the stereotype, rather than insure it.

    Now if it was West Virginia, she would have been 14, pregnant, and marrying her brother.
     
  3. drippy

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    What a horribly misleading thread topic.
     
  4. Rodimus Prime

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    I dunno, only fifteen? Even if you need your parent's permission that is rather young...
     
  5. Chrono Grimlock

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    But it's older than 14, and better than being able to just run off and do it.
     
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    This thread is useless without pics.
     
  7. Rodimus Prime

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    Click the link to see the gushing beauty of 14.
     
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    So that's what passes for corn-fed Midwestern girl these days? No wonder I quit going to state fairs.
     
  9. flamepanther

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    Maybe she looked better before she got pregnant? But damn, that is NOT something I'd risk statutory rape charges for. I wouldn't have sex with an underage girl to begin with, but especially not that one.
     
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    I think the fact that they have to make laws to ban it is what's ensuring the stereotype.
     
  11. misterd

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    So far as I know every state in the nation has laws which say who can marry whom and at what age.
     
  12. Dragonclaw

    Dragonclaw Comic Ink - Dublin, CA

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    Its almost as bad as when San Francisco had to outlaw necrophelia after they couldn't charge a guy who broke into a mortuary:banghead: 
     
  13. Rodimus Prime

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    Kansas didn't, and until recently, neither did Georgia. It's the 21st century and some of these states are just now getting around to it.
     
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    What's the appeal of having sex with someone who looks like your baby sister or niece? I just don't get some people.
     

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