Since Thursday, the Confederation has been loud thanks to Grzegorz Braun, who, speaking from the parliamentary rostrum to the Minister of Health, Adam Niedzielski, said: “You will hang”. Now it comes to mention another member of this grouping. Janusz Korwin-Mikke – because we are talking about him – referred to the sexual maturity of girls. During the Q&A session on his YouTube channel, the politician was asked whether the current age in Poland when lawfully allowed to have sex was correct.
“I am a supporter of nature”
In response, Korwin-Mikke admitted that he is a supporter of nature. – The age of consent should be the natural one, i.e. the age of menstruation. There are girls who are 12 or 13 years old and are completely mature, and there are girls who are 19 years old and not yet mature – said the MP from the Confederation.
– It cannot be that the state determines the age of sexual maturity, it is nature that determines it. And the mother should really decide about it, because it is the mother who knows such things – he added.
“Lord is crazy”
One of the Twitter users, quoting the words of Korwin-Mikke, wrote: “Confession is already opening after p *** branch. The first menstruation can happen at the age of 8, and physical maturity! = Mental maturity”.
It was not long before the MP himself reacted. “The Lord is crazy. Queen Jadwiga (now: Saint Jadwiga) married the late Władysław Jagiełło at the age of 12. The” natural age of consent “is in force in many countries (until recently in the Vatican!). If 15, we would have 200,000 boys in reforming houses seriously. (for 13-14-year-olds), replied Janusz Korwin-Mikke.
Let us remind you that according to the law currently in force in Poland, “who has sexual intercourse with a minor under the age of 15 or commits another sexual activity to such a person or causes him to submit to such activities or to perform them, shall be subject to the penalty of deprivation of liberty for a term of between 2 and 12 years”.
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