Many of us are under the belief that whatever consenting adults do in the privacy of their own bedroom is legal, and their own private business. There is never any reason for the law to get involved as long as the act meets those parameters and nobody gets injured. However, that is not the case. There are quite a few laws on the books—both in the United States and in other countries—that make certain sexual acts illegal. Here are sex weird sex laws you may already be breaking.
Ambulance Chaser. Watch what you do in an ambulance in the town of Tremonton, Utah. No woman may have sex with a man while riding in an ambulance while in that town. If a woman is caught having sex under those circumstances, she will be charged with a sexual misdemeanor. The town fathers in Tremonton may not have written a law that will not stand up to review. There are no such penalties listed for men. That’s not equal justice. If women are going to be arrested for having sex in an ambulance, men deserve that right as well.
Controlled Aggression. When a man gets turned on, an erection is sure to follow. However, be careful where you point that loaded weapon. If you get an erection that shows under your clothing in the states of Arizona, Florida, Idaho, Indiana, Massachusetts, Mississippi, Nebraska, Nevada, New York, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, South Dakota, Tennessee, Utah, Vermont, Wisconsin and Washington, D.C., you are breaking the law.