Harm is the new indecency test

Cossman, Brenda
January 2006
Xtra (Toronto);1/5/2006, Issue 553, p9
Discusses the decision of the Supreme Court of Canada over the indecency case called R versus Labaye involving a swingers' club whose owner had been charged with running a bawdy house. Opinion of the Quebec Court of Appeal on the case; Definition of a bawdy house; Opinion of the Supreme Court of Canada on the conduct of group sex in front of spectators.


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