“Ultimate counter-argument to "you don't die if you dont have sex"”
Ultimate? Twenty quatloos says it’s not even a contender for a counter-argument. The ’won’t die without sex’ statement is a rebuttal to the claim taht ‘sex is a biological need.’ To rebutt it properly you need to prove that it is a life-or-death situation.
“Assuming they wouldn't let ugly men dying either if a virus made sex with women a necessity like drinking/eating/sleeping and after 4 days without a blowjob you explode.”
Um, bubbles, the easiest fix in this scenario is to put all doomed men in a concentration camp and facilitate them blowing each other. Seriouly. If you won’t blow another man’s dick to save HIS life, why would anyone kneel down to blow yours?
And this isn’t a rebuttal, to say ‘if things were different your argument would fail.’ Not until things are different, anyway.
“By their logic YOU DO NOT DIE IF YOU ARE FORCED TO HAVE SEX EITHER”
Ah. Star Trek, Reverse the polarity! All phasers set to stupid!
See, some people HAVE died from sex or sex complications. Did in childbirth, for one. Allergy to sperm. Caught by jealous husband. Rape victimes cut or killed or blinded to avoid identifying their rapist.
No one is claiming that ‘not having sex’ is a biological need. Just that you won’t die if no one wants to touch your peepee.
“This "you don't die if" logic opens the gate to any kind of abuse and neglect as long as you are granted water, meals, healthcare and a bed.”
No, it does not. You can’t examine THIS logic without the ‘biological need’ claim that it’s a resposne to.
And the whole POINT of the sex you want is that it takes two people. Forcing one of them to have sex is abuse. Saying she can say no to you is preventing abuse. It doesn’t open the door to abuse.
“If they counteract with "not giving sex is different than forcing to have sex" they are moving the goal post” \
Hardly, we’re preventing YOU from moving the goalpost. More of a goal gallop, really.
“thus invalidating the idea that only the essential tools for surviving really matter/are something you're entitled to.”
You’re confusing ‘entitled to’ and ‘can expect to get.’
You’re entitled to have sex. But you’re not entitled to have sex with someone against their will. They can say no. They have the same rights you do. And you cannot deal.