A form of expression which is indistinguishable from pure speech in the sense that it serves no other purpose than to be expressive. These types of expression are afforded the greatest First Amendment protections.
Examples of such expressive activities include, but are not limited to, some forms of artistic self-expressions and particular message expression.
If the purely expressive activity is conducted on traditional public fora, it is a fully protected expressive activity, and as such, the expressions themselves, and, in the case of particular message expression, items intrinsically intertwined with the expression, can be exchanged for remuneration without regulations that do not pass the test of strict scrutiny.
Particular Message Expression