Few states in the Union are as diverse and rich in natural beauty as Georgia. The Jewel of the South, it is home to a wide variety of citizens, from the people creating the rich culture coming out of Atlanta to the polite landed gentry in Savannah. The Peach State is filled with exciting things to do and wonderful ways to fill your time, no matter your interests. However, as great as Georgia may be, there’s still some laws on the books you might want to keep an eye on when you’re traveling through one of the oldest states in our great nation.
1. Keep the Toys Out
Georgia has officially legislated that consenting adult couples cannot under any circumstances bring a sex toy into the bedroom (or the state for that matter). I guess the state just wants to insure that only Jesus-approved parts come into play when two people are getting intimate.
2. No Cussing Allowed
Okay, this one is kind of taking “don’t speak ill of the dead” to a ridiculous degree, because Georgia even outlaws speaking ill in front of the dead. That’s right, it’s illegal to drop a four-letter word in front of a corpse that’s on display in a funeral home or coronor’s office. I guess that gives people leeway to scream profanity if and when they’re unfortunate enough to stumble on a dead body.