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Men would have to tell cops about every ‘release of sperm’ if this Georgia bill passes

A succinct, two-section bill introduced this week in the Georgia General Assembly would make men 55 and older self-report each and every time they ejaculate — immediately, to the nearest law enforcement agency.

HB 604, which was introduced Monday, according to its progress tracker on the General Assembly web site, would require those men to “immediately report to the county sheriff or local law enforcement agency when such male releases sperm from his testicles.”

The bill was sponsored by five female Democratic state representatives, including Dar’shun Kendrick. Kendrick, from Atlanta suburb Lithonia, tweeted a separate, but related proposal on Twitter Monday under the umbrella of what she calls her “testicular bill of rights” legislation.

Her “testicular bill of rights” had been re-tweeted more than 4,000 times and started a conversation including more than 2,300 replies as of Wednesday afternoon.

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