As used in this Article:

(A) “Adult Ori­ent­ed Busi­ness” means an estab­lish­ment as defined in theCountyCode.

(B) “Enti­ty” means any pro­pri­etor­ship, part­ner­ship, cor­po­ra­tion, asso­ci­a­tion, busi­ness trust, joint ven­ture, joint-stock com­pa­ny, or oth­er for prof­it or not for prof­it organization.

(C) “Nude” means the show­ing of:

  1. Human male or female gen­i­tals or pubic area with less than a ful­ly opaque cov­er­ing; or
  2. Any por­tion of the anal cleft or cleav­age of the male or female but­tocks.  Attire that is insuf­fi­cient to com­ply with this require­ment includes, but is not lim­it­ed to, G‑strings, T‑backs, thongs, and any oth­er cloth­ing to cov­er­ing that does not com­plete­ly and opaque­ly cov­er the anal cleft or cleav­age of the male or female but­tocks; or
  3. The por­tion of the human female breast direct­ly or lat­er­al­ly below a point imme­di­ate­ly above the top of the are­o­la with less than a ful­ly opaque cov­er­ing; this def­i­n­i­tion shall include the entire low­er por­tion of the human female breast, but shall not include any por­tion of the cleav­age of the human female breast exhib­it­ed by a dress, blouse, shirt, leo­tard, bathing suit, or oth­er cloth­ing, pro­vid­ed the are­o­la is not exposed.

(D) “Per­son” mean any live human being aged ten (10) years of age or older.

(E) “Place Pro­vid­ed or Set Apart for Nudi­ty” means enclosed sin­gle sex pub­lic restrooms, enclosed sin­gle sex func­tion­al show­er, lock­er and/or dress­ing room facil­i­ties, enclosed motel rooms and hotel rooms designed and intend­ed for sleep­ing accom­mo­da­tions, doctor’s offices, por­tions of hos­pi­tals, and sim­i­lar places in which nudi­ty or expo­sure is nec­es­sar­i­ly and cus­tom­ar­i­ly expect­ed out­side of the home and sphere of pri­va­cy con­sti­tu­tion­al­ly pro­tect­ed there­in.  This term shall not be deemed to include places where a person’s con­duct of being nude is used for his or her prof­it or where being nude is used for the pro­mo­tion of busi­ness or is oth­er­wise com­mer­cial­ly exploited.

(F) “Pub­lic Place” means any loca­tion fre­quent­ed by the pub­lic, or where the pub­lic is present or like­ly to be present, or where a per­son may rea­son­ably be expect­ed to be observed by mem­bers of the pub­lic.  Pub­lic Places include, but are not lim­it­ed to, streets, side­walks, parks, beach­es, busi­ness and com­mer­cial estab­lish­ments (whether for prof­it or not for prof­it, whether open to the pub­lic at large, or whether entrance is lim­it­ed by a cov­er charge or mem­ber­ship require­ment), hotels, motels, restau­rants, night clubs, coun­try clubs, cabarets, and meet­ing facil­i­ties uti­lized by any reli­gious, social, fra­ter­nal or sim­i­lar orga­ni­za­tions.  Premis­es, or por­tions there­of, such as homes and hotel rooms, used sole­ly as a pri­vate res­i­dence, whether per­ma­nent or tem­po­rary in nature, shall not be deemed to be a pub­lic place.