But the proposed legislative changes do not apply to chattels and other goods. It is composed of two articles, Art. The State does not believe it could satisfy that burden. In the UK, there has been a rise in public sex venues , possibly due to a more relaxed approach to the enforcement of laws relating to public sex since the early s. In the United Kingdom public sex comes under laws related to voyeurism , exhibitionism or public displays of sexual behaviour, but public sex law enforcement remains ambiguous. Thus, it seems both to infringe parental authority and to curtail the autonomy of adults to decide how they want to live. Police action has often been triggered by public concern. For centuries heterosexual couples have had sex in secluded spots, often referred to as "Lovers' Lanes", seeking privacy unavailable at home. Any argument that the statute is not overbroad because it applies only to registered sex offenders would be a nonstarter. The complaint does not allege that any of sixteen counts involved obscenity, child pornography, or nudity. Sites used exclusively by men - such as public toilets - have historically been policed differently to cruising and dogging sites, aided by a different set of legal rules. Such blunt interference could be justified only if efforts to help people with unwanted same-sex attraction or gender dysphoria were inherently wrong or always more harmful than beneficial. Further, children are not harmed by nonobscene, nonpornographic photographs taken in public places. Accordingly, while we may dislike the fact that someone might have objectionable thoughts when viewing ordinary images of children, the State is constitutionally prohibited from precluding citizens from creating such images. We need not speculate that the bill will have that effect. The flourishing internet culture of Brazil, where such clearly banned media is freely shared in a public place, as well as its pornographic industry and sex shops. The very section of the act that effectively 'legalised' homosexuality also contained the provision that criminalised sex in public lavatories.