Widow Whose Husband Died Sues Over ‘Loss of Sex’
So, being married does not, contra conservative and Christian propaganda I heard often while growing up, guarantee an end to loneliness (if your spouse dies), and it does not guarantee hot, steady sex.
Jamie Finnegan was left brain-damaged and passed away in 2018 after a procedure at Brisbane Hospital went wrong six years ago
By Jenny Awford
THE widow of a husband who died after a botched medical treatment is suing the Australian government for £650,000 over a loss of sex.
Dad-of-four Jamie Finnegan was left brain-damaged and passed away in 2018 after a procedure at Brisbane Hospital went wrong six years ago.
His widow, Cara, is suing Queensland Health for AU$1.2million because she has suffered a loss of sex with her childhood sweetheart.
But Jamie’s mum Daphne thinks that Cara could get even more compensation.
“If we’re talking about conjugal rights he’d be worth about $3 million, he’s an Italian stallion, mate,” Daphne told A Current Affair.
“She’s got to raise those four children by herself, she didn’t get any money to raise those children,” she said.
(Link): Why a Woman’s Sex Life Declines After Menopause (Hint: Sometimes It’s Her Partner) By T. Parker-Pope
(Link): Why Christians Need to Uphold Lifelong Celibacy as an Option for All Instead of Merely Pressuring All to Marry – vis a vis Sexless Marriages, Counselors Who Tell Marrieds that Having Affairs Can Help their Marriages