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Oklahoma Bill Would Ban Sending Sexy Selfies Unless You’re Married

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The anti-porn bill in Oklahoma, Senate Bill 1976, is extremely far-reaching, potentially criminalizing activities like sexting outside of marriage.

It aims to redefine “unlawful pornography” to include a wide range of sexual content, expanding beyond traditional notions of pornography.

The bill’s scope could impact not just major porn companies but also individual performers, social media platforms, and distribution services.

It introduces both criminal and civil enforcement, allowing private individuals to bring lawsuits against alleged violators.

The proposed law would make it a felony to buy, possess, or view “obscene materials,” potentially leading to severe penalties for individuals.

This bill reflects a broader conservative effort targeting a broad definition of “porn” and represents a significant challenge to free speech.

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