When the district court ruled, and when the panel initially considered this appeal, Va. Code Ann. �2.1-804 defined “sexually explicit content” to include:

(i) any description of or (ii) any picture, photograph, drawing, motion picture film, digital image or similar visual representation depicting sexual bestiality, a lewd exhibition of nudity, as nudity is defined in �18.2-390, sexual excitement, sexual conduct or sadomasochistic abuse, as also defined in �18.2-390, coprophilia, urophilia, or fetishism.

Following the court’s panel decision, the Virginia General Assembly amended the definition of “sexually explicit content” to add the the word “lascivious,” so that it now reads:

content having as a dominant theme (i) any lascivious description of or (ii) any lascivious picture, photograph, drawing, motion picture film, digital image or similar visual representation. �

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