Lap Dances in Nashville Illegal, Groups Sex Just Fine

Not sure how this affects my sister and brother-in-law:

Under Nashville’s Sexually Oriented Business ordinance—which began being enforced last year—any strip club or cabaret must comply with a rigorous set of guidelines that limit everything from a dancer’s proximity to a client (three feet) to the required height of a stage (at least 18 inches.) The SOB guidelines also require that dancers register with the city, have a criminal background check and get fingerprinted. Meanwhile, businesses where actual sexual activity is happening—such as Ménages or the Tennessee Social Club—are beyond the purview of the SOB board because they’re private clubs.

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