The law: unenforced, and (un)civil.

 Posted by on January 1, 2011
Jan 012011

By Brian Flaherty

Unless you’ve been asleep for the past month, you’ve noticed that the military’s ludicrous “don’t ask, don’t tell” policy has finally been repealed. This repeal has been the topic of many a heated discussion lately – though the heat hasn’t been what you’d anticipate

Sep 102010

by Brian Flaherty

The government has a legitimate interest in curbing traffic in child pornography – of this there is no question. However, as is too often the case, the laws enacted to fight a real problem are entirely ineffective against it, yet manage harm to a population entirely innocent of wrongdoing.

Who are you Going to Call?

 Posted by on August 29, 2010
Aug 292010

by Brian Flaherty

If I had my way, the only place Kink and Law would intersect would be in the playroom, and then only after some negotiation. I mean… who doesn’t appreciate a good private-interrogation, salacious-arrest or barter-for-prison-privileges scene? I picture a leather-clad cop, reflective sunglasses, meticulously strapped with an oversized… but I digress.