Equal rights victory as first-born girls allowed to become unelected head of state
EQUAL rights campaigners are celebrating after the government said the monarch’s first born daughter should get to be automatically better than you.
David Cameron wants to abolish the ancient law of ‘primogenitals’ which gives priority to humans with penises when it comes to being handed a royal throne by your parents.
The prime minister has written to his counterparts throughout the Commonwealth urging them to back the idea of bowing and simpering before the monarch’s first born child, even if it has knockers and a snatch.
A Downing Street spokesman said the idea that first born males but not females should automatically inherit ultimate sovereignty and the right to appoint a prime minister was an ‘anomaly’.
He added: “This will send a signal to young women that if they work hard enough and their parents are king and queen then they too can reach the very top of our society, even if they have a younger brother.
“We think it’s very modern. We think it’s very now.”
Equal rights enthusiast, Helen Archer, said: “As a loyal subject of Her Majesty the Queen and member of the Church of which she is the supreme head, I am delighted that Britain is taking this great leap forward.
“I hope I live long enough to witness the lavish coronation of her great granddaughter, to whom I will then pledge my undying obedience.”
The changes will also allow monarchs to marry Roman Catholics, though experts stressed that a British king or queen marrying an atheist would coincide with the freezing over of Christian Hell.
Julian Cook , professor of believing in things at Roehampton University, said: “It is testament to the insidious power and influence of the ‘New Atheism’ that this particular idea would not have been considered for one fucking milisecond.”