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Loss of Consortium

Ok. I'm getting sick of hearing people talk about how Andy Kennedy's wife, Kimber, filed a lawsuit against a cab driver because "now Andy can't get it up. LOLLZZ."

That's just not true. Loss of consortium does not mean erectile dysfunction. It could be as simple as he has his mind in other places or just feels distracted. Loss of consortium is defined as "a term used in the law of torts that refers to the deprivation of the benefits of a family relationship due to injuries caused by a tortfeasor."

For those of you who are unable to understand that simple definition, what it's saying is that Kimber's claim of loss of consortium could mean Andy is just too distracted and stressed out to undertake the duties of a father and husband. Now, it certainly has been used with regard to sexual problems, and rightfully so. There's a ton of case law out there to support that. I guess I'm just saying that loss of consortium could also be a lot of other things. Maybe it's that he's having trouble dealing with emotions with his family or that he's too distracted to want to listen to his family members' issues that arise on a day to day basis.

I think it's a little funny to joke about him sexually, but can everyone just get it through their heads that Andy Kennedy isn't permanently "limp-dicked" and may not be "limp-dicked" at all.