We would never take people seriously if they suggested that the whole of any industry or culture was represented solely by its worst elements. So why do we accept such blanket criticisms of adult entertainment?
The paranoid and conspiracy-driven films of America’s biggest fundamentalist production company.
If something upsets and offends you, perhaps it isn’t the smartest idea in the world to keep on promoting it through angry tweets.
The latest OFCOM report attempts to hype the dangers of unfettered thought online, but can’t hide the fact that viewing porn is now increasingly the norm.
How ads for female underwear attempt to emphasise the sexiness while trying to appease the censors.
Scaring people into compliance and controlling the public discussion with vaguely worded laws and campaigns of moral panic.
The latest self-serving study by the BBFC is another exercise in manipulation and nudge-policy towards having everything we see under their control.
A selection of predictably hysterical and ill-informed British TV documentaries and discussion shows from the height of the Video Nasty moral panic.
The latest academic anti-porn study is full of holes, misinformation, scaremongering and supposition – don’t be fooled.
A humorously profane music video and a pair of shoes spark mass panic amongst the religious right.
Why are we surprised that years of demonising the sex industry and pushing ‘sex addiction’ as a problem that is caused by outside forces is resulting in violence, abuse and discrimination?
Reducing all sex workers to homogenous groups of victims to satisfy society’s desire to see them as such is insulting and misguided; everyone is an individual.