But instead of a fashion statement, they may be making a statement about your kid’s sex life.

These bendable pieces of colored rubber have become a sexual code to many teens.

However, according to Camilla Taylor, acting legal director for civil rights group Lambda Legal, the states with such statutes do not have to remove them from legislative records: Some of those were enacted by constitutional amendment. Those state legislatures have never rescinded them.

If your daughter is wearing one of these bracelets, it may be cause for concern.

When is a fashion accessory popular among children more than a harmless fad?

It does not involve public conduct or prostitution.

It does not involve whether the government must give formal recognition to any relationship that homosexual persons seek to enter.

soaking tampons in vodka and shoving them up their butts.

Or, wait, are they getting dangerously drunk by drinking Four Loko?In late 2017, a picture appeared and quickly spread on social media, listing states where oral sex is purportedly still illegal and punishable in some cases by prison time: The graphic is accurate in that some states still have laws against oral sex on the books, an artifact of anti-sodomy laws that some states rewrote to specifically target LGBTQ residents.However, this graphic neglects to point out that these types of laws are unenforceable because of the Supreme Court’s 2003 ruling in Lawrence v.Or maybe they're getting dangerously high huffing human poop?Or are they having dangerous sex at Rainbow Parties?We know: it's hard to keep track of all of the many moral panics we've encountered over the last ten years or so.