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TOPIC: Government Changes
Created by: luv2phuc
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Hmm... rather than starting from scratch I wonder if possibly someone here could take it up with the Woodhull Foundation at woodhullfoundation dot org. As a sexual freedom oriented foundation they are likely to be supportive.

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Interesting piece I found:

Court OKs Group Sex in 'Swinger' Clubs Thursday, December 22, 2005 6:25 AM EST The Associated Press OTTAWA (AP) — Two Montreal clubs that cater to group sex do not breach standards of decency, Canada's Supreme Court has ruled. Wednesday's ruling, written by Chief Justice Beverley McLachlin, said group sex among like-minded adults in private does not meet the test of indecency. The decision might make it easier for "swinger" clubs or gay bath houses to operate without the threat of police intervention or arrest. The ruling dealt with two Montreal cases in which swinger club operators were charged with keeping a bawdy house. Canada's criminal code defines a bawdy house as a location that is kept for prostitution or indecent acts. James Kouri and Jean-Paul Labaye were both convicted, but the unsettled state of the law was demonstrated clearly when separate Court of Appeal rulings upheld Labaye's conviction and overturned Kouri's. The high court threw out Labaye's conviction and affirmed the Kouri decision. "Entry to the club and participation in the activities were voluntary. No one was forced to do anything or watch anything. No one was paid for sex," McLachlin wrote in reference to the Labaye case.

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I could not agree more. We could take this up with civil rights attorneys.

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I think this Government change of governing adult content is illegal. It is an infringement of our constitutional rights....freedom of expression for one. Also, this sight is an Adult sight for consenting adults, and is not exposing any explicit photos to the general public anyway. All visible photos are verified and only paid consenting adults have access to explicit photos, and these being private photos that request permission by the members posting them. So my question is, does this new rule apply to all Adult sights, and all swing lifestyle clubs online? So now what? What's next? What will the Government take from us next? We are grown adults, and all consenting adults, and we are not engaging in pornography nor prostitution of any sort. We are simply in a lifestyle, and trying to meet others in the lifestyle whom wish to enhance their sex lives as they wish and have the right to. Without private explicit pictures, it makes it much harder to freely select other adults that match our taste, and wants. Your thoughts?

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TOPIC: Government Changes