Judge Rejects Ban on Sexual Aids
From Times Wire Reports
A state law banning the sale of vibrators and other sexual aids has been overturned by a federal judge. U.S. District Judge Lynwood Smith ruled in a Montgomery, Ala., court that the state’s 1998 law is “overly broad” and said people who used the devices would be “denied therapy for, among other things, sexual dysfunction.” Six women, who either sell sex toys or say the devices are necessary for sexual gratification, challenged the ban.
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