Up in Smoke: Bizarre Sex Laws

By Playboy.com Staff

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It’s illegal to do what where? You’re going to be surprised, shocked and maybe a bit saddened to discover the bizarre sex laws that are still on the books in states around the nation. For the most part these outdated laws are obvious relics from the past that no one has yet bothered to contest or dismantle. But that doesn’t mean America doesn’t still go to pains to continue to enforce some mighty strange sex statutes.

For instance: sex toys are banned in Arkansas unless they’re for a "medical, scientific, educational, legislative, judicial, or law enforcement" purpose. The only two “romance shops” in the state use this loophole and make their customers fill out a form stating that any sex toys being purchased are to treat sexual dysfunction. Seriously.

Now let’s journey around the country, in the company of some super-hot Playboy Cybergirls, Coeds, and Amateurs, and discover some of the most unusual sex laws in the USA.

Model: Elle Alexandra - In Arizona it’s illegal to have more than two dildos in your home.

Model: Danielle Trixie - If a woman in Anniston, Alabama, plays pool and bets on the outcome, it’s against the law for her to settle her tab with sex.

Models: Victoria Winters and Cristy Nicole - Oral sex and anal sex are both banned in Pennsylvania.

Model: Kimberly Kisselovich - Having an erection in public is outlawed in Illinois.

Model: Ancilla Tilia - California actually has a fine statute that should be instituted in every state: during foreplay neither partner, by law, can reach climax before the other does.

Model: Amelia Talon - Pack your pajamas if you visit Minnesota...not because of the cold nights…but because sleeping nude is prohibited.

Model: Lauren WK - Leaving the lights on while getting it on is unlawful in Virginia.

Model: Cristal Cray - Iowa has a ban on kisses that last more than five minutes.


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