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12 December, 2022
Because of the incapacitating pain sometimes caused by menstruation, elevated to a higher rank by the grace of the Spanish government, I’ve started to think that it is essential to raise my voice against one of the greatest injustices that have been committed against men in recent decades. The matter is that this measure which unnecessarily overprotects women in Spain, as they could already take a leave of absence for this reason within what is considered a common disease, should cause a social movement in defense of the male sex to claim similar rights. Little is said about testicle pain, but the time has come to finally do so.
Hundreds of associations and organizations must join forces to collect signatures in favor of a new headline in the Sexual Health Act. The intention is to correct the comparative disadvantage that testicle pain, suffered by thousands of men on a daily basis, does not give rise to paid leave from the first day. Thanks to the collective solidarity and street mobilization, the boxes packed with documents signed by thousands of people who will support this oppressed minority and who will claim the same privileges given to women, will be presented to the Ministry of Equality. At last, that recurrent pain in their balls will cease to be a stigma, a situation one must suffer in silence or to be ashamed of in front of his colleagues.
Like a butterfly effect, the initiative will spread through social networks and provoke an outpour of solidarity with the castigated Spanish man. The protest will be followed by several countries and will give rise to a viral phenomenon under the hashtag #MyBallsToo. The support of media and celebrities will trigger interest on this matter, helping to by-pass the necessary steps to improve legislation and amend a historical debt to men. Gentlemen, pretending and ducking heads will be no more!
#MyBallsToo will be unstoppable and will finally make men proud of their testicular pain. Many will say that this mischievous movement will cause a torrent of sick leaves due to acute pain in the balls, but obviously this will not occur, just as it will not happen with menstrual sick leave according to its supporters. It is common knowledge that rarely does an employee fake a minor illness to miss work. These are myths that #MyBallsToo will destroy with a tweet and many nations will begin to develop new laws along these lines, to compensate for the gender gap that clearly impairs the punished male gender.
Testicle pain, also known as blue balls, is often associated with unresolved sexual arousal, although numerous studies show that it may be a psychosomatic reaction to misogynistic policies. In other words, when someone touches your balls, they hurt. The consequences are inflammation, itching, tension, and a mad desire to burn down official buildings. The #MyBallsToo movement has a long life ahead and it’s here to speak up for those nonconformist dissertations that claim the right to repose from a pain that should no longer remain in the dark.
It will be law. And thus men and women will be equal, with their corresponding black-on-white protective inscription.
No? Did my reflections sound like a joke to you?
This is how absurd the section drafted for women and included by the Ministry of Equality in the reform of the Law on Sexual and Reproductive Health is, and which is still being processed after the deadline for amendments expired on October 19, 2022. Genuinely shameful and preposterous, equivalent to the string of nonsense that I just spewed out in my previous paragraphs.