The Natural Right to Have Sex (or not)

Hugh Hefner is ready for war—not against his former wives or girlfriends, but against conservative politicians who he says are thrusting their viewpoints into other people’s bedrooms.

In a rare move, the founder of Playboy magazine picks up his pen and writes an editorial in the May issue of the men’s magazine. The politics website notes that Hefner, in his editorial headlined “The War Against Sex,” blasts “repressed conservatives … [for] pounding on America’s bedroom door.”

The right to consensual sex, sex without force, is a natural right that supercedes government itself. The right to have or not have sex is as basic as the right to eat and breath. It is one of those basic rights that cannot be prohibited by any constitution or law unless a revolution is desired. Amendment X of the constitution guarantees natural rights.

Amendment X: The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the states, are reserved to the states respectively, or to the people.

Hugh Hefner is correct. Washington DC is, as usual, wrong.

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