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01/30/2008

Like Monopoly, butt but with anal trepidation

by Jeremy Hooper

Picture 3-100Kansas governor Kathleen Sebelius -- who you may know from the SOTU Democratic response, her recent endorsement of Obama, or even the rumors that she could be the aforementioned Barack's choice for VP -- is being scrutinized for a board game that her son has created.  That game?  A prison-based reality in which one must fight "through 6 different exciting locations in hopes of being granted parole."  The game's male-male anal sex-based name?  "Don't Drop The Soap"!  KCTV has more:

'Don't Drop The Soap' Game Causes Controversy [KCTV]

One of the issues, according to local reports, is that an address where one can write for more information is that of the Governor's mansion.  Another of the issues, according to us -- the caveat about dropping your cleaning substance is a little misleading, as intercourse is quite possible even without a full bend-and-grab.

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Your thoughts

Firstly, it continues to normalise sexual violence in prisons. I thought incarceration was the punishment. Unfortunately, no one anywhere seems to be determined to ensure the safety of criminals.

Secondly, as bad as prison can be for most prisoners, it is worse for gays and much, much worse for a pre-operative m2f transsexual. I know of such a woman who will probably never completely regain her mind after being placed in general population.

Posted by: E-girl | Jan 31, 2008 3:13:25 AM

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