So it looks like for all the work we've done to open the sexual minds of our friends and neighbors, our lawmakers are still hellbent on keeping our sexuality under wraps. Even more than it already is. But it's for the kids, so it's okay. Or something.
Kansas lawmakers in the House Federal and State Affairs Committee are trying to push through House Bill 2107, which would put heavy limitations on many adult industry establishments including, but not limited to, heterosexual topless clubs, adult bookstores and boutiques, and adult theaters.
If this law is passed, you know that spank booth you frequent with the videos and pictures? Yeah, that's gone. Well, gone is too strong a word. Let's go with “they'll no longer have walls or doors.” You'll have to do your spanking in the restroom after the movie. Sorry!
Lap and private dances? Fahget about 'em. Topless servers are out, too. Last call on your virgin daiquiri at the strip club? Midnight.
Rep. Amanda Grosserode, R-Lenexa, moved that all that be stricken from the law, but that they keep the part about adult organizations staying at least 1,000 feet from “sensitive areas” to help small towns keep strip clubs out. But her motion wasn't supported by the rest of the committee.