The Supreme Court, the Constitution and Art

The Supreme Court of the United States rejected the effort to restrict the First Amendment rights of adults in the name of child protection.

 

“….The Constitution exists precisely so that opinions and judgments, including aesthetic and moral judgment about art and literature, can be formed, tested, and expressed. What the Constitution says is that these judgments are for the individual to make, not for the government to decree.”

 

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, ET AL. v. PLAYBOY ENTERTAINMENT GROUP, INC., 2000