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forbidden— 1.) to command [a person] not to do something, have something, etc., or not to enter some place. 2.) to prohibit [something]; make a rule or law against. 3.) to hinder or prevent; not allowed; make impossible, exclude or bar. ex. Burlesque is forbidden in many cities.
forbidden fruit— an indulgence or a pleasure that is illegal or is believed to be immoral. [From the story of the fruit of the tree of knowledge of good and evil, forbidden to Adam & Eve in Genesis 2:16-3:19.]
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taboo— 1.) a ban or an inhibition resulting from social custom or emotional aversion. 2.) excluded or forbidden from use, approach, or mention ex. a taboo subject. 3.) a vehement prohibition of an action based on the belief that such behavior is either too sacred or too accursed for ordinary individuals to undertake, under threat of supernatural punishment.
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Taboos tend to relate to objects & actions that are significant for the maintenance of social order in society. Breaking a taboo is usually considered objectionable by society in general, not merely a subset of a culture. No specific taboo is presently known to be universal.
Crimes Without Victims—by Erwin J. Haeberle, Ph.D., Ed.D.
"In modern America (just as in many other societies) there is a class of crime that does not involve any victims, but consists of acts committed in private by consenting partners who have no intention of complaining to the police. This so-called victimless crime harms nobody. Indeed, it is perhaps best defined as a transaction or exchange of goods or services between people for their mutual benefit. This transaction concerns only the immediate participants and is not designed to affect anyone else. However, it provides the participants with something they greatly desire and which the law tries to deny them. Therefore, they have no interest in seeing the law enforced. They will neither initiate prosecution nor give evidence to the authorities.
In the U.S. the most notorious victimless-crime laws deal with sexual behavior. Because of certain religious and cultural traditions, most American states recognize only two very specific sexual acts as lawful: solitary masturbation and private marital coitus. Any other form of human sexual expression, even between husband and wife, is a crime. Obviously, this makes criminals out of most Americans. As a matter of fact, if the American sex laws were rigorously and equally enforced, the country would have so many sex offenders in prison, that there would not be enough innocent citizens left to guard them.
This insight alone should give us serious pause. Indeed, it raises some fundamental and very disturbing questions. For instance: Why would a society first create and then maintain sexual standards that are sure to be violated by most of its members? In other words, why would the majority of any population choose to oppress itself? Or, to give a concrete illustration, why do the American people cling to sex laws that would put virtually everyone behind bars if they were truly enforced? Why would a whole nation want to define itself as a nation of sex criminals?
As we can see, the American laws against victimless sex acts are absurd and dangerous. They create crime where otherwise none would exist. They force harmless behavior underground and produce unhealthy sexual subcultures. They stigmatize untold numbers of respectable people and needlessly force them into criminal careers. They encourage extortion, graft and police corruption. In short, they are irrational, immoral, and destructive. They themselves victimize many and offer protection to none."
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