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by Randy Cassingham

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The Other Side
The supervisors of the Township of Locust, Pa., have unanimously passed a new ordinance banning public nudity in the town limits, including “the showing of covered male genitals in a discernible turgid state.” Township attorney Todd Kerstetter promises that the law would not apply to “normal occurrences,” however. The law is simply “meant to go a little further to expand the definition of nudity,” he says. (Bloomsburg Press Enterprise) ...New definition of obscenity: “I even know it when I don’t see it.”
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