Nassau bar gets naughty in 'Girls Gon...

Nassau bar gets naughty in 'Girls Gone Wild' stunt

There are 5 comments on the The Florida Times Union story from Oct 24, 2009, titled Nassau bar gets naughty in 'Girls Gone Wild' stunt. In it, The Florida Times Union reports that:

A video shoot by a "Girls Gone Wild" film crew in a Yulee bar got a little too unsavory for the law early Friday prompting 16 arrests.

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equalityboy81

United States

#1 Nov 1, 2009
Why is Nassau County, Florida so anti-adult porn/anti-sex toy/anti-sex/anti-nudity/anti- gay? Why do people feel the need to tell adults what to do in an exclusively adult environment within reason? All these ordinances like against places like Adam and Eve, bars, etc. are all motivated by religious beliefs. Why can places like bars and Adam and Eve not be within a certain amount of feet of a church? Criminal penalties are harsher if someone is caught with drugs within a certain amount of feet of a church. What's up with that? What about separation of church and state? Why do churches get all these special rights and protections? A bar across the street from a church is not going to cause the church to fall. The bar should have rights too! Why is a church given more respect than a bar when both are on separate private properties? People should just live and let live (not talking about the drug part). I know many in this area don't share my pro-gay stance but I'm sure many of the straight Yulee boys have no problems with women topless nor do I? They don't do anything for me but I think a woman should be able to be shirtless if a man can be. Women not being able to go topless is gender discrimination. It's the human body for crying out loud! For the religionists out there: Eve was nude. Nassau tried to ban Adam and Eve, then passed an ordinance against similar future businesses, then talked about banning adult porn, and now they hate Girls Gone Wild. What's up with all that?
Mike Hammer

Colorado Springs, CO

#2 Nov 1, 2009
It is not asking too much for people in neighborhoods to feel safe from salacious businesses. Zoning is generally used to put such businesses in a red light district, which is exactly where you want them. You don't have to be a religous person to agree with this, just a parent with kids that you are trying to raise. Chill out a little and don't be so unreasonable.
equalityboy81

United States

#3 Nov 2, 2009
Mike Hammer wrote:
It is not asking too much for people in neighborhoods to feel safe from salacious businesses. Zoning is generally used to put such businesses in a red light district, which is exactly where you want them. You don't have to be a religous person to agree with this, just a parent with kids that you are trying to raise. Chill out a little and don't be so unreasonable.
I don't get how what goes on between closed doors in a building where you have to be 18 or 21 to enter can affect the place across the street. If someone doesn't like the place they don't have to go there. Why are churches given special considerations over all else and everything else comes second to it? So much for the constitution but when it that ever used anymore?
equalityboy81

United States

#4 Nov 2, 2009
Mike Hammer wrote:
It is not asking too much for people in neighborhoods to feel safe from salacious businesses. Zoning is generally used to put such businesses in a red light district, which is exactly where you want them. You don't have to be a religous person to agree with this, just a parent with kids that you are trying to raise. Chill out a little and don't be so unreasonable.
Feel safe?! It's not like that business is a convention of sex offenders. What's next?! Are they going to start saying that businesses that are gay-friendly, African-American-oriented, or interracial couple friendly cannot be within a certain amount of feet of a church, school, etc.? I think society has a hang up on sexuality and nudity. It's human nature. Why are people so ashamed of their bodies? Madonna doesn't care what people think about her. I can understand keeping sex behind closed door but women who want to go topless that's a different story. Why aren't the genders treated equally?
matic

Mount Morris, MI

#5 Nov 30, 2010
yow i wana c sum southafrican woman.

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