Alabama officials scrutinize sex toy shop

AUBURN, Ala. (AP) - Officials in Auburn are looking into the legality of a clothing store that also sells sex toys.

Auburn City Manager Charlie Duggan says city officials are gathering information to see if everything at the store is legal.

The store, Kalli's Love Stuff, sells lingerie.

The Opelika-Auburn News says it also has a line of adult novelties,
located in a separate room concealed behind a heavy curtain and
that patrons must show proper identification before entering.

State Sen. Ted Little, who represents the district, says he has sent Duggan a copy of the section of the Alabama Code prohibiting
the sale of sex toys, and a recent opinion from the Alabama Supreme
Court on a court battle between the city of Hoover and the Love
Stuff store in that city.


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  • by Jim Location: Daleville on Oct 10, 2009 at 09:12 PM
    It is time for the government of Alabama to realize that we are in the 21st century now and it has no business legislating 19th century morality on its citizens or businesses.
  • by Richie Location: Alabama on Oct 10, 2009 at 11:26 AM
    No comments??? Oh wait--you guys screen and approve everything before you post it. I got it. So much for your readers' First Amendment rights...
  • by Richie Location: Dothan on Oct 9, 2009 at 08:04 PM
    When I was a student at Auburn they said pregnancy and STDs were epidemic on campus. People using vibrators don't get pregnant or get STDs. Priorities?
  • by Rationality Location: Alabama on Oct 9, 2009 at 07:54 PM
    C'mon Alabama. You'd think that sex toys are worse than WMDs in Iraq. If the ladies--or the couples--want to spice up their sex lives, they can either send the $25 over the internet to some out-of-state where we get $0 in taxes AND business or we could allow sales as being done in Auburn and other places in the state and collect about $2.25 in taxes. It's not like somebody's going to buy one of those things and stab somebody else to death with it...GEESH!
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