Sunday, July 14, 2024

6 Weirdest Sex Laws Around The World

If your idea of a romantic getaway takes you around the world, remember that some countries won’t be welcoming to your lovebird ways — at least, in public, anyway. Here are some mighty strange sex laws.

The Sun rounded up the wackiest sex laws around the world: Here are a few of the most outrageous.

Singapore: No Exhibitionists Allowed

Walking around a hotel room naked, where people might be able to catch a glimpse, is illegal in Singapore.

Texas: Trade Your Dildos For Handguns

There’s no background check required to get a gun in Texas, but to own a sex toy? The history in Texas is a little more complicated. A law passed state legislature in 1973 that prohibited the sale or promotion of “‘Obscene device[s]’ mean[ing] a device including a dildo or artificial vagina, designed or marketed as useful primarily for the stimulation of human genital organs.”

London: No Boning On Bikes

It’s illegal to have sex while sitting on a parked motorbike in London. Whether getting frisky on a bike in motion is illegal is unclear.

Qatar: Don’t Get Touchy-Feely

Hugging in public is frowned upon in Qatar, as is holding hands or kissing.

Dubai: Forget About One Night Stands

If you’re swiping Tinder in Dubai, remember that sex outside of marriage is technically illegal. That doesn’t mean people don’t get it on, but they’re risking a one-year jail sentence.

Nepal: No Porn Allowed

This country outlaws films showing sex or nudity, and censors pornography websites. What else is the internet for?

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