Woman Sues Georgia For Banning Sex Toys

by Admin on May 27, 2014

A Georgia woman is suing her city over an ordinance that bans her from buying sex toys reports The Daily News.

The 2009 Sandy Springs ordinance only lets people buy sex toys if they have a prescription for the devices or a medical reason for needing them.

Melissa Davenport, who suffers from multiple sclerosis, says the toys saved her marriage of 24 years after the disease destroyed her sex life.

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The lawsuit also includes a second plaintiff — Marshall Henry, an artist who uses sex toys in his work. Henry claims his artwork has suffered due to his inability to buy one of his materials.

Georgia city is obliged to file a response to the lawsuit by June 2014.

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