Why more porn stores don't have Internet cafes in themWhen the sex shop Love Boutique placed Internet kiosks in its California storefront, for customers' "private use," the local zoning board decided Love Boutique was giving the clientele a way to find people to play with their new toys with, too, and threatened to pull its business license. The owners, sex biz conglomerate Deja Vu, are crying First Amendment violations and have brought a lawsuit against the City of Industry. Forget the legal details — what's the crime in being servicey?For the few folks who don't buy their smut and butt plugs from Amazon.com or Good Vibrations, having a nice little private corner to do naughty things on the Internet sounds like a great value-add. Where are customers supposed to surf — at home, with their spouse lurking, or at the office, with net-nanny software monitoring every click? It just doesn't seem fair. If high schoolers can take over the Apple Store to flirt on their MySpace pages, why can't real grownups have a clean, well-lit place to cruise for sex?