These are pictures of vibrators. The first on the left is supposed to be a realistic one, the next one is the popular Rabbit and the third one is intended for men's use. All these are sex toys and all these might be banned in the state of Tennessee if a new bill proposal passes:
Thank God the state legislature is back in session. When they're gone, political columnists are forced to take up serious topics like the deputy governor lobbying subordinates on local political issues, U.S. national vulnerability to cyber-attack and the police chief threatening to storm out of a neighborhood meeting. But now that America's dumbest criminals have reconvened their lawmaking body, it's easy street for journalistic bottom-feeders to meet deadlines.
To wit: Senate Bill 3794 (House Bill 3798), legislation that would make it illegal to sell, advertise, publish or exhibit to another person "any three-dimensional device designed or marketed as useful primarily for the stimulation of human genital organs…." For that matter, if you offer to show someone your dildo collection—or possess a vibrator with the intent to show it to someone—you'd be violating this proposed state law. And don't even think about wholesaling those three-dimensional sex toys.
Funny stuff. Did all these state legislations spend as much time banning the inflatable sex dolls? I doubt it. This is about banning female frivolous sexuality. That way it links to the South Dakota brethren's bill on banning abortions, too. Good women should not enjoy sex.