In a century that traveling into outer space is common place, we are still dealing with weird U.S. governing laws that you would think would have been taken off of the books decades ago. The 2016 U.S. presidential campaign has not only been contentious, but most would say perhaps the most eccentric. As we get closer to election day many are thinking how can this political circus get any crazier.
Current law makes potlucks illegal at homes, schools or churches.
It's a strange, strange world we're in.
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But hey! Until the bill is passed or Lind is convicted, the whole thing is a gray area. So we took it upon ourselves to make
But did you know that in Singapore you can't be naked in your own home?!?! Or that until the early 19th century, the country was (possibly) governed by Nevernudes? You didn't, did you? Yes, turns out there are still a lot of weird nudity laws like Singapore's on the books, all around the world.
Maine Shotguns must be taken to church in the event of a Native American attack. Some states take their religious services
In Cleveland, it's illegal to show underboob. It’s a punishable offense in both Mississippi and South Carolina to seduce
Since today is national "getting freaky" day, you're probably looking to do some serious boot-knocking. Luckily we've put together this handy guide to the weirdest sex laws in America so you can focus on bumping uglies without worrying about breaking the law.
Virginia is for prudes, according to the state's blue laws. The starkly explicit sodomy law that helped undo gubernatorial would-be Ken Cuccinelli has been struck down.
Oh, right, you thought we covered this in the section on fornication. But in addition to prohibiting any unmarried person
Virginia Anti-Sodomy Law: 'Crimes Against Nature' Law Struck Down By 4th U.S. Circuit Court Of Appeals
"Instead, the legislature should enact narrowly drawn statutes that do not apply to private conduct between consenting adults
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