Britain has a plethora of laws relating to pornography and sex – yet is still determined to find room for more.
Priests and nuns have been watching porn on their phones, and The Pope is not at all amused.
The artist responsible for some of the most iconic magazine cover art of the 1980s was also a prolific illustrator of sexually explicit comic strips.
Manchester’s former Chief Constable and moral puritan James Anderton has died.
A personal memoir of falling foul of Manchester’s over-zealous Obscene Publications Squad – and fighting back.
More 1960s anti-smut hysteria from notorious fraudster Charles Keating.
The British censor’s curious decision to treat ‘implied’ swearing no differently than if the actual word had been used.
Remembering the revolutionary, rebellious and defiant publisher of Hustler, free speech icon and thorn in the side of religious and political hypocrites.
The British film censors are still confusing offensiveness for dangerousness as they ban yet another former Video Nasty.
The small village with a rude name has had enough of sniggering tourists.
Walerian Borowczyk’s satirical fairy tale remains one of the most outrageous films ever made.
Sitting at the intersection of underground filmmaking and commercial sexploitation, Nelson Lyon’s film is a unique slice of cult cinema.