Strippers v. the Supreme Court: Live Nude Theater!
Is it constitutional to require strippers to wear pasties and G-strings?
In 1991's Barnes v. Glen Theatre, Inc, the Supreme Court ruled that go-go dancers in Indiana could indeed be compelled to cover up their naughty bits. The decision upholding such bans is the subject of the provocative—and nudity-filled!—play Arguendo.
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