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Ken Cuccinelli wants to keep kids safe from sexual predators by banning oral and anal sex—between consenting adults. On a website his campaign just launched, Cuccinelli, the Republican candidate for governor in Virginia, paints himself as the only real protector of children, because of his efforts as Virginia attorney general to reinstate a law banning all naked fun-time acts besides vaginal intercourse.
Cuccinelli's claim is that only by reinstating the Crimes Against Nature law, which Cuccinelli dishonestly calls the "Anti-Child Predators Law," can the state of Virginia prosecute people who rape children. Never mind that rape is already illegal, child molestation is already illegal, and statutory rape is already illegal. His website says that a full 90 sexual predators may come off the sex offenders registry (the site is vague on how) if oral and anal sex isn't banned outright for everyone, a claim that hopefully will remind voters that enforcing such a law would mean that adults having consensual sex in their bedrooms could become "sex offenders" if they're caught.
That is absolutely insane. That is like attempting to curtail drunk driving by outlawing the use of fifth gear.
Like the article says it is ALREADY illegal to have sex with minors so all he would be doing is making sex for adults really boring.
But of course we know the REAL focus of this law. Teh gays.
You see in Cuccinelli's view of reality he believes that making oral and anal sex against the law, a law by the way that he could NEVER enforce, he can stop those "homosectuals" from getting their freak on and possibly making little baby queers. (Oh yeah, he undoubtedly thinks that gays are produced from gay sex.)
All I have to say is that if this law WERE to pass then Virginia would have to change it's motto from "Virginia, a place for lovers" to: