A few weeks ago, I read a blog from a woman who worked in the adult industry for a good chunk of years. I think her current job was to make up non-offensive descriptions for sex toys, so she had the ability to think of several dozen terms for 'penis', as well as at least two dozen to describe a rimjob. I can't remember the URL or name of the blog, but in one of her posts she argued that contrary to popular belief, Americans are not prude. Coming from someone who works in the adult industry, I slightly doubt how objective that statement was. Maybe Americans are just publicly prude, and are really rampaging sex mongers in private.
Anyway, case in point:
Job #1 for America's Attorney General: porn, not terrorism
When FBI supervisors in Miami met with new interim U.S. Attorney Alex Acosta last month, they wondered what the top enforcement priority for Acosta and Attorney General Alberto Gonzales would be.
Would it be terrorism? Organized crime? Narcotics trafficking? Immigration? Or maybe public corruption?
The agents were stunned to learn that a top prosecutorial priority of Acosta and the Department of Justice was none of the above. Instead, Acosta told them, it's obscenity. Not pornography involving children, but pornographic material featuring consenting adults.
After you've picked yourself up from the floor, either from LMAO, shock or surprise (depending on your nationality), tell me Americans aren't prude. Well, if they aren't, the government sure is making up for anyone who isn't.