For the purpose of this chapter, the following definitions shall apply unless the context clearly indicates or requires a different meaning.
   OFFENSIVE. The work or exhibition taken as a whole appeals to the prurient interest and lacks serious literary, artistic, political or scientific value.
   SEXUALLY EXPLICIT MATERIAL. Any material which is commonly known as pornographic and is pictorial or written material depicting human sexual intercourse, masturbation, bestiality, oral intercourse, anal intercourse, human and animal intercourse, excretory functions, homosexual acts, touching of clothed or unclothed genitals or pubic areas of humans, flagellation or torture by or upon a person in the context of a sexual relationship or sexual stimulation. The materials shall be judged without regard to any covering which may be affixed or printed over the material in order to obscure genital areas in a depiction of what otherwise falls within the definition of this term. Works of art or of anthropological significance are not included within the definitions of this term.
   SEXUALLY EXPLICIT PERFORMANCE OR EXHIBITION. Any performance or exhibit including any play, motion picture, film, act, dance, showing or other exhibition performed before an audience that depicts human sexual intercourse, human nudity, the male or female genitals or the display of the female breasts. Exhibitions of work of art or of displays of anthropological significance are not included within the definition of this term.
(Ord. 417, passed 7-25-1983)