Deviate sex at hotels (and adultery) about to become legal in Colorado: Party time!
Today, the Colorado State Senate gave its approval to a bill that would do away with Colorado sex laws that date back to the '50s.
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To be more specific: the 1850s.
Yep, legislation now headed to the desk of Governor John Hickenlooper (who's expected to sign it) is designed to wipe from the books statutes whose roots stretch back more than a century and a half. What exactly would it do -- and allow you to do? We've photo-illustrated the details below.
The current statute cited in House Bill 13-1166, shared below in its entirety, reads: "Any sexual intercourse by a married person other than with that person's spouse is adultery, which is prohibited."
That means anyone who cheated on his or her betrothed since the period prior to the Civil War wasn't only acting like an asshole. No, they were also breaking the law in Colorado, before the territory had even graduated to statehood! Granted, no one's been prosecuted for this offense in a very long time. Otherwise, a lot of us, and our parents, would have spent significant time in the hoosgow.
As a bonus, the repeal frees up the Hickenloopers, who are currently separated, to exercise their prerogatives before their divorce is finalized without fear of the Booty-Call Police fitting them with handcuffs.
Not that we're suggesting they'd engage in extra-curricular behavior before their split is made permanent. Or that they'd enjoy wearing handcuffs....
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