An Australian parliament member is suggesting that women sign "sex contracts" in order to avoid unwanted advances. Ann Bressington said this in front of Parliament yesterday, ""Perhaps this parliament could devise a contract which men could carry around in their pocket, next to their condoms. There could be a waiver should a man meet up with a woman who has had a couple of drinks before they engage in sexual intercourse. The contract may contain the name and address of the women, with her driver's licence number, so that the man can see the signatures match, clauses that state that the woman has or has not been drinking or taking drugs - licit or illicit - and that she consents to foreplay." How imminently practical Ms. Bressington is! [News.com.au]