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Kathleen writes "Racy reading can put a felon in jail. A Miami sex offender went to jail for reading Maxim magazine after probation officers decided that it was 'sexually stimulating' -- the latest sign of the Florida's get-tough policy toward people on probation. Sex offenders are typically barred from possessing ''obscene, pornographic, or sexually stimulating'' material under standard probation agreements.
Scott Hiaasen's story from the Miami Herald goes on to discuss Potter Stewart's famous I Know It When I see It."
Update: 07/19 10:52 EST by B:Not really sure what that Chronicle of Christian Faith thing was, so I took it out until someone points us in the right direction.