You love them, but they can get you in trouble. Secrets about...

You love them, but they can get you in trouble. Secrets about sex toys.


Sex toys are an important part of our lives. It’s not us to say it, the numbers are. And it seems that, for example, more than a half from the women from all around the world use sex toys regularly. In some parts of the world, even in some that are considered to be civilized countries, using a sex toy is considered a crime. Let’s take a look at the most hilarious and weird laws against sex toys.
In the state of Georgia, US, you are not allowed to buy any sex toys without “a medical, scientific, educational, legislative, or law enforcement purpose”
In Alabama, US, you can get to pay a fine of 10.000$ if you are caught buying a dildo. For multiple “crimes” you can even go to prison. “Any device designed or marketed as useful primarily for the stimulation of human genitals is forbidden.”
In India it’s forbidden to sell sex toys which include “books, pamphlets, writings, drawings, paintings, representation, figure, or any other object shall be deemed to be obscene if it is lascivious or appeals to prurient interest.”
Here is one from the history book, but it’s a good one. In Great Britain, in Victorian époque, one could have access to a vibrator only at the doctor, which was the only person allowed to “help” a women use it. Actually, back then, orgasms were the cure for hysteria, so the doctor had a big role in those times.
Apart from laws against sex toys, there are many others against sex. For example, in Georgia, anal and oral sex are forbidden, no matter if you are married or not.
In some cases in Idaho, US, if you have sex and you are not married, you can be fined 300$ or even go to jail.
The last, but not the least comes from Indiana, where is illegal to have noticeable boners in public. The law calls it “covered male genitals in a discernibly turgid state,”. Yeah, right…as if you could control this things…