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Old 03-22-2006, 11:48 AM   #16
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you've been breaking the law, haven't you?


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In Virginia oral and anal sex are illegal and so is sex if you're not married.
And if you get caught, they throw you in jail because everybody knows that there's no anal or oral sex in prison.
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More power to those breaking this unjust and stupid law!
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Old 03-22-2006, 01:55 PM   #23
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In truth, I'd be amazed if there were any shops that actually sold sex toys anywhere remotely close to where I grew up. In the cities, maybe. But of course, as several people have pointed out, this still leaves the wide variety of three-dimensional items available at the grocery store.
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I wish there were more details to the article. Mississippi has banned "sex toys" since 1998. Six other states have similar bans. Apparently, this case has bounced around the courts with the Supreme Court refusing to hear the matter (which may be on technical or procedural grounds).

I would be interested to see Mississippi's rational for enacting the law in 1998, and the rationale for the continued fight.
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More power to those breaking this unjust and stupid law!
More power ?

I suggest both AC and DC powered appliances.

I suppose there are water - powered devices also.

On Boston legal they had a steam - powered device.

If using solar- power -
Please remember to use sun-block.
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It says in the article they are illegal in Texas and Georgia too
I remember a few years ago, there was a sex shop owner that was feeling the heat from certain groups and kept getting fined. The way around it, was that he painted them neon colors so they weren't "natural looking replicas".
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In truth, I'd be amazed if there were any shops that actually sold sex toys anywhere remotely close to where I grew up. In the cities, maybe. But of course, as several people have pointed out, this still leaves the wide variety of three-dimensional items available at the grocery store.
I wonder if the law bans importation of "sex toys" considering the volume of merchandice that can be acquired over the internet.
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Will they start cutting off hands if people break the law
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I'm going to Mississippi in a week and a half, I wish I could take Dan Abrams with me

It says in the article they are illegal in Texas and Georgia too
I know in texas they just slap a big sticker on them that says "NOVELTY" or something similar
or "cake topper", which I just don't understand... it certainly doesn't stop anyone from selling them
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