What Would the Founders Think of Your Bedroom Games?

Courts lean toward creating a constitutional right to sex toys.

These are not standard police issue.

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There’s no constitutional right to sex toys -- yet. That’s according to a federal appeals court, which declined to strike down a Georgia city’s ordinance that prohibits selling sexual aids. But the three-judge panel invited the full court to rehear the case and strike down the law, stating that it was “sympathetic” to the claim but constrained by precedent.

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