You libertarian position on public decency laws?
So full disclosure. I used to be more libertarian than I am today. Today I find it a neat ideology, that tends to break down when pushed too hard.
That being said. I offer this as a silly example of what I beleive to be one of the issues.
A typical “liberterian” answer would be that laws should maximize peoples individual freedoms so long as those freedoms don’t blatantly and obviously involve harm upon others.
All that being said. I can tell you for 100% fact. I’m glad we force people upon pain of state punishment. To wear clothes in public.
Or not commit sexual acts or the like, in public places.
Also while I understand libertarianism is not synonymous with anarchism, and that laws should still exist.
I’m fairly sure most people agree with me on this despite it being antithetical to the libertarian position.
Ie a state enforcement of a (relativley) arbitrary moral position upon others
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