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Public sex isn't a right

Ohio is in trouble for daring to suggest that naked dancing girls shouldn’t do anything besides dance.
They shouldn’t be touching the patrons or each other.
That goes beyond touching.
You’d think that would be obvious.
You would be wrong.
In this age of wrong thinking, it would be real wrong.
Because, see if you can follow along now, it seems that prostitution — performing sex for money — is not an aspect of free speech.
True, most of us would not include public sex as a manner of speech at all, but that doesn’t keep it out ...


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