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Subject:Text of Lawsuit on "Decency Act" in USA From:Grant Hogarth <GRANT -at- ONYXGFX -dot- COM> Date:Fri, 9 Feb 1996 11:31:22 +8
If people are interested I can forward to them the text of the
Lawsuit filed yesterday against the so-called decency act that was
signed into law yesterday.
I'm not just dumping this on the list, as it's long (2k lines or so),
and a lot of people may not have the time to read it.
Material in the following paragraph is for mature audiences only.
Readers under 18 please delete this message now.
However! I do think that it *is* list-related, because even sex toys
need manuals (hell, judging from the bookshelf at the local Barnes &
Noble, *sex* needs a manual. <g>) This act prohibits us from
discussing here whether it is better to say "insert the penis into
the condom" or "place the condom on the penis" (And yes, I know that
neither of those is the best or most accurate way to describe the
correct relationship of those two objects. (Anybody else read option
2 and see a penis with a condom balance on top? <g>)
Anyways... my $0.02.
Grant Hogarth, Information Developer, Onyx Graphics Corp. Midvale, UT
Now where's that "any" key? Ah, here it is, right next to the self-destru