The Romans would crush a first-time rapist’s gonads between two stones.
In China, women are prohibited from walking around a hotel room in the nude. A woman may be naked only while in the bathroom.
The early Christian church forbade couples from having sex on Wednesdays, Fridays and of course, Sundays.
In Pompeii, a special law was directed at prostitutes. They had to dye their hair either blue, red or yellow in order to be able to work.
In Indiana, mustaches are illegal if the bearer has a “tendency to habitually kiss other humans.”
Six thousand years ago, Egyptians, the first to punish sex crimes with castration, would completely castrate a male convicted of rape. A women found guilty of adultery would find herself without a nose, the thinking being that without a nose, it would be harder to find someone to share in her adulterous ways.
There are men in Guam whose full-time job it is to travel the countryside and deflower young virgins, who pay them for the privilege of having sex for the first time. Why? Under the law in Guam, it is forbidden for virgins to marry.
In Hong Kong, a betrayed wife is legally allowed to kill her adulterous husband, but may only do so with her bare hands. The husband’s lover may be killed in any manner desired.
An 18th century French prostitute could be spared punishment if she were willing to join the opera.
In Mississippi, S & M is against the law. Specifically, “The depiction or description of flagellation or torture by or upon a person who is nude or in undergarments or in a bizarre or revealing costume for the purpose of sexual gratification.”
During the Middle Ages, if you were guilty of bestiality you’d be burned at the stake, along with the other party to your crime.