Is The Dictionary Sexually Explicit Because It Contains The Word Sex?

If you’re thinking about opening a bookstore, or anything that sells anything bookish in Indiana, you’d better take a long, hard look at your content, because as of July, a new law states that if you’re going to sell anything that even remotely is in the ballpark of sexually explicit, you have to pay a fee and be registered among all the porn shops and sex toy stores. What a mess. The law is so broad that a book on the subject of sex education, or a novel that mentions sex is deemed explicit and potentialy harmful to minors. What makes it worse is the reason the law was supported so overwhelmingly was senators were too afraid to vote against something that’s supposed to protect kids. What about standing up and stopping a stupid law from passing because it’s stupid? No, that’s too hard.

So now, a law is about to be on the books that is absolutely useless in fighting against what it intends to fight, but a whole bunch of bookstores are going to get hurt. Way to go, guys.

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