antiobscenity

antiobscenity

(ˌæntɪəbˈsɛnətɪ)
adj
opposed to or working to combat obscenity
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In a privilege speech, Pimentel said the run was nothing more than a "blatant display of the male genitalia" and a "wanton disregard of the rules of a decent society" and of the country's antiobscenity laws.
an Alabama antiobscenity statute prohibiting the sale of sex toys did
21) In 1872-73, Comstock and his supporters successfully lobbied Congress to amend the nation's antiobscenity laws.
Existing laws include antiobscenity measures under which advertising has been torn down, stores have been fined for selling certain western recordings, a complete ban on alcohol, and a requirement for civil servants to pray five times daily.
Conservatives interpret his statement as a sign the Justice Department will expand its antiobscenity enforcement to adult entertainment such as pay-per-view programming.
The conference cited 11 Supreme Court antiobscenity decisions, but noted that violators are prosecuted infrequently.
The link between [the traditional antiobscenity and anticensorship] positions lies in their shared reliance on a private sphere of sexuality, taken as natural and in any case as neutral and just" (pp.