“Zang” has heard it before.
July 31, 2019
FACEBOOK blocked Harry’s site with the penis shaped fried chicken wing yesterday citing it went against “Community Standards.” My “Community Standards” are a little lower, Woody Allen, and Alan Derschowitz, who seem to be morphing into one being. Derschowitz, TODAY, has decided his opinion about lowering the age of consent coming out in a TWEET is a good idea.
Take a look at the familiar faces below, those who have “allegedly” messed around with girls under the age of 16, and those who seem to allow it to happen.
Now, imagine you are a 16 year old girl.
Imagine you’re “fair game” to these old boys.
These are Republicans? Fathers? Men? Your new son in law?
It’s official, at least for me, THROUGH.
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Legal scholar and author Alan Dershowitz jumped to his own defense late on Monday after an op-ed he penned in 1997 calling for a lowered age of sexual consent resurfaced on Twitter. #CreepyDershowitz began trending on the website shortly thereafter, while many users did not heed Dershowitz’s call to consider the “constitutional conundrum” of the age of consent.The piece, titled “Statutory Rape Is an Outdated Concept,” which was published over 20 years ago in the Los Angeles Times, detailed Dershowitz’s views on the constitutionality of statutory rape allegations when contrasted with the demand for legal abortions for 16-year-olds.Responding to a tweet with a screen capture of Dershowitz’s 1997 article, the lawyer and professor emeritus of Harvard Law School said, “I stand by the constitutional (not moral) argument I offered in my controversial oped: if a 16 year old has the constitutional right to have an abortion without state or parental interference, how could she not have the constitutional right to engage in consensual sex?”