I don't have much interest in that sort of thing now, but in my pre geezer days I thought it was pretty interesting. If it weren't for porn, VCRs would have never taken off (some business historians claim the failure of betamax was due to Sony's refusal to allow the format to be used for porn).
Without VCRs, DVDs and DVRs would never have made it into public acceptance. i.e.
For the want of a nail, a shoe was lost.
For the want of a shoe, a horse was lost.
For the want of a horse, a rider was lost.
For the want of a rider, a battle was lost.
For the want of a battle, a kingdom was lost.
This is clearly a First Amendment issue (it's not offered indiscriminately to the public and requires special action on the part of the recipient) and may even violate the public accommodations section of the 1964 Civil Rights Act. Obviously, no one with the financial resources to finance a First Amendment case would choose to live in a place like this, so your best bet is the ACLU.
You might also want to look into Americans United (www.au.org/site/PageServer
) they have done a great job in killing this goofy "Intelligent Design" movement and as a result have some cash.
Whatever, you have my sympathy. Not because of the subject matter but because anytime one of us is denied our rights, all of us suffer.