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Louisiana Bill Targets Public Sex

The Advocate, May 21, 2003

The Louisiana house criminal justice committee on Monday unanimously approved a bill that would ban public sex, The New York Times reports. Those found violating the proposed laws would face up to one year in jail and a $1,000 fine. State representative Daniel R. Martiny said he proposed the bill after viewing what he called a “very graphic, very offensive” video showing public sex that was made by the Reverend Grant Storms during the New Orleans gay and lesbian festival Southern Decadence.

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