Friday, September 29, 2023

Bikinis be gone or, the 9th Circuit in serious need of mental acuity

“In keeping with the prurient theme, this month’s [9th Circuit Court of Appeals] ruling turned in part on the Everett law’s ban on the public display of some portions of a worker’s ‘anal cleft.'”

Reason’s Baylen Linnekin on this week’s prurient ruling.


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