Sherri Williams v. Attorney General of Alabama: 11th Circuit Upholds Alabama’s Vibrator Ban

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According to the opinion, there “is no fundamantal right to use sexual devices.” The previous S.J. in favor of the plaintiff was reversed. Spirited dissent by J. Barkett begins at page 43 (scroll down). I’d like to invite everyone in Alabama to come shopping in South Carolina. Our economy could use the boost, and maybe y’all could too!

–Ann Bartow

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