Promiscuity Act passed


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Promiscuity Act passed

5 July 7528 AM

His Imperial Majesty Alexander IV, Defender of the Faith, Turtle and Elephants, may the Almighty God bless his reign, gave Imperial Assent to Promiscuity Act aimed at preventing promiscuous behaviour by banning illicit sexual activity in the Empire.

The Act defines illicit sexual activity as any sexual activity save for sexual intercourse between a husband and his wife for the purpose of procreation. Particularly, the prohibition includes the following:

  • Pleasure sex
  • Adultery
  • Fornication
  • Masturbation
  • Sex trafficking
  • Fetishism (as defined in Anti-Furries Act)
  • Objectification
  • Production, distribution and consumption of pornographic materials
  • Flirting
  • Kissing
  • Cuddling
  • Petting
  • Sexting
  • Cybersex
  • Nudity, save for physiological or medical needs, or for changing clothes
  • Cross-dressing
  • Usage of contraceptives

However, the Act also specifies that any other sexual activity not explicitly mentioned is also banned.

The Act provides for violators to be stripped off their noble title (if any), whipped 80 times, exiled from the Empire, and proclaimed enemies of God, Emperor, and Fatherland.