§ 111.32  DISPLAY OF SEXUALLY EXPLICIT MATERIAL TO MINORS.
   (A)   A person commits an offense if, in a business establishment open to persons under the age of 17 years, he or she displays a book, pamphlet, newspaper, magazine, film or video cassette, the cover of which depicts, in a manner calculated to arouse sexual lust or passion for commercial gain or to exploit sexual lust or perversion for commercial gain, any of the following:
      (1)   Human sexual intercourse, masturbation, or sodomy;
      (2)   Fondling or other erotic touching of human genitals, pubic region, buttocks or female breasts;
      (3)   Less than completely and opaquely covered human genitals, buttocks or that portion of the female breast below the tope of the areola; or
      (4)   Human male genitals in a discernible turgid state, whether covered or uncovered.
   (B)   In this section DISPLAY means to locate an item in such a manner that, without obtaining assistance from an employee of the business establishment:
      (1)   It is available to the general public for handling and inspection; or
      (2)   The cover, outside packaging or contents of the item is visible to members of the general public.
(2005 Code, § 6-2-20)