You may have broken a law or two, but we won't tell.
In the land of the free there are actually a lot of strange laws that don't make sense. Of course, some of these laws are outdated and not exactly still reinforced, but some of them, sadly, are still the ways of the land—and impacting your love life.
One recent case brought up a weird law made news headlines back in May when a 44-year-old Georgia resident named Melissa Davenport filed a lawsuit against Georgia's law prohibiting the sale of sex toys. Currently, the only way a person in Georgia can purchase a sex toy is if it was used medically or scientifically, educationally, legislatively or for a law enforcement purpose. This situation is very important to Davenport because she has multiple sclerosis so she and her husband use sex toys to keep their intimacy going. Davenport's lawyer claims that this law violates the 14th Amendment, which says a state cannot deprive anyone of life, liberty, or property.
This is not the only law that can have effect on your love life. There are plenty of crazy laws in many other states that would probably penalize a lot of citizens if they were all taken as seriously as Georgia's sex toy ban.
Flip through the gallery below to see what you maybe guilty of!
7. Homosexuality Can't Be Included In Sex Ed In Louisiana
Sadly there are many laws in the US that shows prejudice against the LGBT community, but one that is definitely ridiculous is this one in Louisiana.
Sex education is already terrible in this country, why make it even worse by creating laws that censor important parts of the subject?
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10. It's Illegal To Sell Sex Toys In Several Areas
Believe it or not to this day, some states are trying to keep citizens from getting their freak on with sex toys.
Alabama has a law that prohibits selling products that are "primarily for the stimulation of human genital organs" in order to protect public morality.
The entire state of Alabama and Georgia along with parts of Texas, Maine, New Mexico and more prohibit selling these devices because they are categorized as "obscene."
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