Ohio has laws concerning the production, sale and distribution of pornographic material (especially with regard to children). These laws can be found in Ohio Revised Code (ORC) Section 2907. The ORC can be found in your local library and on-line at . http://codes.ohio.gov/orc * Remember to check local government agencies* 
In Ohio, prohibited consensual sexual activity may include sexual intercourse (or other sexual behavior) performed in public. For instance, a couple having sex in a public park may be charged with public indecency or disorderly conduct, a misdemeanor. In Ohio, an individual commits an act of public indecency by:
This is called the “age of consent.”Consent laws are meant to protect minors from being manipulated or forced into sex with older people. The age of consent in Ohio is 16. Ohio has a “close in age” law that allows teens to consent to sex before age 16. If one of the partners is not 18 or over and neither partner is under 13, legal ...
Ohio adopted its own version of Megan’s Law in 1996 to protect Ohioans and to comply with the federal legislation. 3. Ohio’s SORN law is designed to provide the public with adequate notice and information about convicted sex offenders and child-victim oriented offenders in the community. 4. SORN has been amended several times since i ts ...
• Ohio’s AIDS rate ranks 32 nd in the U.S., with a rate of 6.1 cases per 100,000 population compared to the national rate of 12.5 cases per 100,000.13 • Ohio ranks 14 th in number of reported AIDS cases in the U.S. among all age groups. In 2007, there were a total of 703 new AIDS cases reported in Ohio.14
Under Ohio law, all convicted sex offenders must remain on a state list anywhere from 15 years to a lifetime. Registration became law under “Megan’s Law”. Ohio’s Sex Offender Registration & Notification Law (Sorn Law), governed by Ohio Revised Code Title 29 Chapter 2950, is an offense-based registry system.
Bans on harmless fun like sex toy sales and free happy hour drinks may be silly, but they're not going to change anyone's life. Here are some unnecessary bans still on the books in the U.S. The only one widely enforced by a majority of states is the one that prevents gay people from marrying. Infographic by Troy Dunham for The Huffington Post.
It would ban child sex dolls. “There are currently no laws in the U.S. to prevent the proliferation of child sex dolls,” said Congressman Dan Donovan, of New York, the sponsor of the bill.