“His response was to fight it with the only weapons at hand—passive resistance and open displays of contempt.” ― Kurt Vonnegut, The Sirens of Titan
Appeals Court Issues Fantastic 1st Amendment Ruling Against Censorious Sheriff Thomas Dart In His Crusade Against The Internet | Techdirt https://www.techdirt.com/articles/20151130/17495832948/appeals-court-slams-sheriff-thomas-dart-yet-again-his-illegal-efforts-to-censor-internet.shtml
Ahhh. Sexual repression- other peoples opinions about important matters that affect their lives- like where you put your hooha or your your wiggly willy.
Such a valuable tool of social control. Did you ever wonder what would happen if the people rose up, and took their genitals back into their own hands?
Ahhh. Never mind….
And really- what kind of society- in the age of liberation, sexual plurality, and gay marriage wants people on the payroll chatting up whores all night?
Meantime, have a look at Judge Posner slapping his legal dick in the face of the Cook County Sheriff:
“As the Sheriff of Cook County, a father and a caring citizen, I write to request that your institution immediately cease and desist from allowing your credit cards to be used to place ads on websites like Backpage. com.” Notice that he is sheriff first, father and citizen second; notice his use of the legal term “cease and desist”; notice that he calls MasterCard “your institution,” implying that the same letter is going to other “institutions”—namely other credit card companies—in other words that he is organizing a boycott. And notice that he doesn’t demand that “your institution” refuse to allow “your credit cards” to be used to pay just for ads on Backpage’s website that promote illegal products or services—he demands that “your institution” cease and desist from placing any ads “on websites like Backpage.com” (and a fortiori on Backpage’s own website) even though “adult” ads are only one of eleven types of classified ad published on the website. Visa and MasterCard got the message and cut all their ties to Backpage.”
Another attempt to say it plain, which is, even then not simple.