Yesterday marked the anniversary of a 1986 Supreme Court decision that ruled states can outlaw homosexual acts, even between consenting adults. This case addressed a Georgia statute which was enforced against two men who were seen copulating through a window by some cop. It seems to me that arresting men for homosexual sex, and then throwing them in jail with a bunch of other men, would prove to be counter productive. But I’ve always been a bit of a pragmatist (next ask me about the success of our 40-year-old “War on Drugs.”).
Copping a feel?