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The psychological discomfort of repressed or moralistic individuals from centuries before created a jurisprudence relegating the enjoyment of non-procreative physical intimacy to the status of criminality.
Contraception, also long were prohibited, but the Supreme Court found that fact unpersuasive and struck down laws against them, finding a "liberty" interest in these traditionally prohibited activities.
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