In one Georgia town, “guns everywhere” apparently doesn’t apply to the vibrating Silver Bullet.
Purchasing a sex toy is always fraught with certain dangers—a credit card statement for the Rabbit accidentally mailed to the parents; a Silver Bullet whose loud vibrations make the roommates realize you actually weren’t “too tired” to watch The Bachelor with them. But for residents of one small Georgia town, sex toys are now more perilous—and more illegal—than firearms.
Welcome to Sandy Springs, Georgia, where buying a dildo could land you in the pokey. Back in 2009, the city passed an ordinance forbidding the distribution of “any device designed or marketed as useful primarily for the stimulation of human genital organs.” (Exceptions can apparently be made if the owner demonstrates clear “medical, scientific, educational, legislative, judicial or law enforcement purpose.”) The law classifies vibrators, plastic dicks, and pretty much anything other than fingers as “obscene.”