<quoted text>I have two staight foward questions.
Are you the Brian that worked security at Trixies around 05-06 ?
Can you post where in the constitution it makes you believe not allowing public nudity is unconstitutional ??
No, I'm not a freaking Brian that worked at Trixie's. My name isn't even really Brian. And I obviously don't know anything about the place! Why the heck would I be asking about Trixie's if I worked there?
I'm just a dude that can't get any infomation from people who can't answer simple questions logically, and would rather prattle on about their own nonsense.
In regard to your own question, I didn't say public nudity is constitutional. Of course public nudity should be banned, because it infringes on the rights of others. But when nudity takes place in a private club setting, a club that you have to choose to go to, it isn't public nudity.
What is unconstitutional is giving the government the authority to restrict the freedom of consenting adults to behave as they please. The powers of the government are limited to what is explicitly mentioned in the Constitution. And the less government intervention, the better.
Nude clubs do no harm to anyone, and if anyone is harmed, they themselves are responsible for it. No one has to dance at them if they don't want to, and no one has to go to them if they don't want to. But nude clubs make money for private business owners and for dancers who freely choose to be there, and they bring enjoyment for the patrons who freely choose to go there.
It's all about FREEDOM. Lack of personal freedom is what is unconstitutional.
Now, is anyone intelligent going to answer my questions? I would help you guys out if you needed information- it's called "do unto others as you would have them to do unto you."