Virginia May Finally Fix A Law That Makes It Legal To Have Pre-Marital Sex

Some states continue to have laws on the books that just aren't a sign of the times.

In Virginia, it appears lawmakers are hoping to do away with one particular law on the books prohibits couples from having sex unless they are married.

That means anyone having sex without a ring on their finger is breaking the law. Currently, fornication is a Class Four misdemeanor and carries a fine of up to $250.

Mark Levine, D-Alexandria, introduced House Bill 245 to repeal what he called a Victorian-era law.

(Photo courtesy of Fethi Belaid AFP/Getty Images)

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