In one chapter of his campaign book, A Time for Truth , Sen. Ted Cruz proudly chronicles his days as a Texas solicitor general, a post he held from to He also described cases in which he championed gun rights and defended the conviction of a Mexican citizen who raped and murdered two teenage girls in a case challenged by the World Court. Yet one case he does not mention is the time he helped defend a law criminalizing the sale of dildos. The case was actually an important battle concerning privacy and free-speech rights. In , companies that owned Austin stores selling sex toys and a retail distributor of such products challenged a Texas law outlawing the sale and promotion of supposedly obscene devices.
Ugandan president Yoweri Museveni wants to ban oral sex because ‘the mouth is for eating’
The Time Ted Cruz Defended a Ban on Dildos – Mother Jones
But the 14th Court of Appeals quashed their convictions, ruling that the law discriminated against homosexuals because heterosexual couples were free to engage in the same activities. In a 2-to-1 majority opinion, the 14th Court of Appeals said the sodomy law was at odds with the equal rights amendment to the Texas constitution, which guarantees equality under the law, regardless of sex, race, color, creed or national origin. Justice Harvey Hudson issued a dissenting opinion in which he said he did not believe the equal rights amendment was intended to decriminalize homosexual conduct. The state has the responsibility to preserve public morals and homosexual conduct "represents a gross deviation from historic perceptions of morality," Hudson said. Sodomy laws, outlawing anal and oral sex, were once in force across all 50 U. Texas has had a sodomy law since but amended it in so that it applied only to same-sex partners.
“The mouth is for eating” – Ugandan President wants to ban oral sex
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By Alex Green For Mailonline. The president of Uganda has said he wants to ban the nation's citizens from practicing oral sex because 'the mouth is for eating'. President Yoweri Museveni blamed 'outsiders' for trying to convince Ugandans to perform oral sex on one another - and said he was issuing a public 'warning' about it. He told press: 'Let me take this opportunity to warn our people publicly about the wrong practices indulged in and promoted by some of the outsiders. President Yoweri Museveni pictured said he wants to ban Ugandans from performing oral sex.