North Carolina has a law on the books against "Peeping Toms," but the legislation is somewhat biased! It`s illegal in that state for a man to peep through a window at a woman-yet it`s not against the law for a woman to peep into a room occupied by a man. (Nor is it a violation of the law if a man peeps at another man!)
California husbands and wives can both still get a 15- year penitentiary term for engaging in certain sexual practices. They are specifically prohibited from engaging in any oral activities even in the privacy of their own bedroom.
Try to avoid going through Skullbone, Tennessee, if you desire a little sex while driving. The law there bans a woman from "pleasuring a man" while he is sitting behind the wheel of any moving vehicle. Any man stopped and found with the front of his pants undone can be fined a minimum of $50 and serve thirty days in jail.
Married, yet want to mess around a little on the side? If so, be careful where you decide to play. In California, adultery is punishable by a $1,000 fine and/or one year in prison. But adultery in Arkansas is much cheaper-offenders are fined a mere $20 to $100.
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