Sex shops have operated in Australia since the 1960s, first in the urban areas of Sydney, notably Kings Cross.[citation needed] The development of sex shops in the country was assisted by the legalisation of the import of pornographic magazines in 1971, the appearance of mass-produced battery-powered vibrators in the 1970s and the arrival of X-rated videos in the 1980s. The popularity of Internet pornography in the 2000s resulted in a drop in sex shop sales, some store closures and diversification into non sex-related adult goods.[2]
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