If this bill were serious, men with erectile dysfunction would have a "harder" time getting medication.  Get it?  See what I did there? Okay, I'll see myself out...

Iowa representative Mary Mascher recently proposed a new bill about E.D. without actually intending it to become law.

Mascher, a democrat from Iowa City, proposed a bill that required men looking to get prescription drugs such as Viagra, Cialis or anything else used to treat erectile dysfunction, to have one of his sexual partners present to clarify that the man does indeed have E.D. and needs the meds.

She says she proposed the bill solely to make a point that if men had to go through the same procedures women do to get certain medications, they would not be happy campers.

Interestingly enough, similar bills have been proposed in places like Kentucky and South Carolina.  One proposed bill even requiring men to sign a document promising they'll only use the ED medication for sexual relations with their spouse.

Read more about Mascher's bill HERE.