Men should be paid for their erection labor

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Author: Douglas Galbi

You
probably
understand
that
construction
workers
are
hard
workers.
But
do
you
realize
that
many
men
are
continually
engaged
in
erection
labor?
Women
have
no
idea
how
draining
men’s
natural
reproductive
functioning
can
be.

Men’s
reproductive
labor
is
less
visible
and
less
appreciated
than
women’s
reproductive
labor.
The
raucous
medieval
French
text

Les
Quinze
joyes
de
mariage

(The
Fifteen
Joys
of
Marriage)
explored
the
issue:

Now
it’s
quite
true
that
a
woman
is
sorely
beset
for
so
long
as
she’s
pregnant
or
bearing
children,
and
that
during
childbirth
she
suffers
untold
grief
and
pain.
But
all
this
is
nothing
compared
to
the
travail
a
reasonable
man
must
endure
when
pondering
any
of
his
important
undertakings.
And
as
for
the
discomfort
of
pregnancy
or
childbirth,
it
impresses
me
not
a
bit
more
than
that
of
a
hen
or
goose
laying
an
egg
as
big
as
my
fist,
and
this
through
a
hole
too
small
for
my
pinkie
just
a
moment
before.
One
process
is
just
as
great
as
the
other
in
Nature’s
scheme.

In
pioneering
comparative
ethological
analysis
embracing
humans
and
chickens,
Les
Quinze
joyes
de
mariage
reasoned:

Thus
you’ll
see
the
hen
remains
plumper
than
the
cock,
despite
the
fact
that
she
lays
daily;
for
the
rooster
is
so
stupid,
he
spends
the
whole
day
scratching
for
food
to
bill-feed
his
mate,
while
her
sole
concerns
are
eating,
gabbling,
and
resting
easy.
And
the
same
holds
true
for
good,
respectable
husbands,
I
say
it
to
their
credit.

Adjusting
for
hours
worked
and
years
of
job
experience,
women
working
the
same
jobs
as
men
earn
about
the
same
pay.
But
women
and
men
make
significantly
different
job
choices.
Men
have
more
dangerous,
dirty,
unpleasant
jobs.
That
why
about
eleven
times
more
men
than
women
die
from
occupational
fatalities.
Moreover,
women
control
80%
of
consumer
spending.
Spending
money
is
more
enjoyable
than
earning
it.
Men
who
work
longer
hours
for
more
years
in
more
dangerous,
unpleasant
jobs
so
that
women
can
spend
more
money
are
stupid.

But
those
economic
issues
are
trivial
compared
to
the
physiological
burden
of
a
normal,
healthy
man’s
frequent,
large
erections.
Women
cannot
imagine
a
man’s
labor
in
producing
a
massive
erection.
It’s
like
rapidly
donating
several
quarts
of
blood.
Can
you
imagine
rapidly
donating
several
quarts
of
blood
every
ten
or
fifteen
minutes
throughout
the
day?
And
not
just
for
nine
months,
but
for
twelve
months
a
year,
year
after
year.
That’s
what
it’s
like
to
be
a
man.

Men
deserve
to
be
paid
for
the
biological
burden
of
being
a
man.
Men
deserve
to
be
paid
for
their
erection
labor.
The
simplest
policy
would
be
an
erection
tax
credit.
Modern
smart
watches
with
bio-sensing
could
easily
generate
documentation
for
erection
tax
credit
claims.
Men’s
smart
watches
could
automatically
detect
their
erection
labor,
estimate
the
magnitude
of
the
blood
flow,
and
wirelessly
report
the
event
to
a
central
IRS
erection
tax
credit
claim
database.
The
erection
tax
credit
could
be
automatically
applied
to
men’s
tax
returns.
The
ability
of
impotent
men
to
engage
in
erection
tax
credit
fraud
would
be
minimal
with
modern
bio-sensing
and
centralized
database
technology.

Men
naturally
engage
in
erection
labor.
But
men
shouldn’t
be
exploited
just
because
of
the
way
their
bodies
naturally
function.
Men
deserve
to
be
paid
for
their
erection
labor.

Notes:

The
above
quotes
are
from
Les
Quinze
joyes
de
mariage,
Seventh
Joy,
from
Old
French
trans.
Pitts
(1985)
pp.
67-8.
Les
Quinze
joyes
de
mariage
is
thought
to
have
been
written
about
the
year
1400.


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