I don’t call the Transportation Security Administration’s new methods “sexual assault” to make a joke at the expense of assault victims. The TSA’s policies, in my view, constitute the legal definition of sexual assault. According to US Legal, sexual assault is defined as “a wide range of unwanted sexual contact…” which involves “submission of the victim by means that is reasonably calculated to cause submission against the victim’s will.”
When the TSA gives you a choice between having pornographic images taken of you or undergoing an invasive pat-down, do you really have a choice? Aren’t you being forced to do something against your will? Sure, you can drive or take a train instead, but sometimes you must take a plane. According to the useless idiots who are defending the TSA, “once you buy the ticket you are agreeing to let the TSA do whatever they want to you.”
Bull sh*t! Most of the people who first went through the new system didn’t know what to expect. They got to the airport, having bought the ticket without being informed that their fourth amendment rights would need to be violated just to make sure some terrorist throwback m.f.er doesn’t try to blow up his dick. Well, you know what? The federal government, Homeland Security Secretary Janet Naplotano, and the whole TSA should take a hike. Their collective intelligence doesn’t amount to a pile of beans.
Do these measures really make as safer? No. If some smelly terrorist in need of a shower wants to, he can stuff a bomb up his ass. What’s next, rectal exams? We need to stop being such sheep. We need to be HEARD, not HERDED. If we continue to act like such scared little sheep, the terrorists have won. Somewhere in a hut in Pakistan, Osama bin Laden is laughing his ass off.