533.11  FURNISHING MATERIAL HARMFUL TO JUVENILES.
   (a)   No person, with knowledge of its character, shall recklessly furnish or present to a juvenile any material or performance which is harmful to juveniles.
   (b)   The following are affirmative defenses to a charge under this section, involving material or a performance which is harmful to juveniles but not obscene:
      (1)   The defendant is the parent, guardian or spouse of the juvenile involved.
      (2)   The juvenile involved, at the time the material or performance was presented to him was accompanied by his parent or guardian who, with knowledge of its character, consented to the material or performance being furnished or presented to the juvenile.
      (3)   The juvenile exhibited to the defendant or his agent or employee a draft card, driver’s license, birth certificate, marriage license, or other official or apparently official document purporting to show that such juvenile was eighteen years of age or over, or married, and the person to whom such document was exhibited did not otherwise have reasonable cause to believe that such juvenile was under the age of eighteen and unmarried.
   (c)   Whoever violates this section is guilty of furnishing material harmful to juveniles, a misdemeanor of the first degree.
   (d)   It is an affirmative defense to a charge under this section, involving material or a performance which is obscene or harmful to juveniles, that such material or performance was furnished or presented for a bona fide medical, scientific, educational, governmental, judicial, or other proper purpose, by a physician, psychologist, sociologist, scientist, teacher, librarian, clergyman, prosecutor, judge or other proper person.
(Initiative Ord.  Approved by electors 11-5-85.)