Britain currently seems in the grip of a new moral panic over porn – but then, when is Britain ever not in a moral panic over porn? Even so, this week seems especially hysterical.
Selectively blocking individual Twitter feeds in specific countries will not placate the censorial and feels like the thin end of the wedge.
The launch of a new adult entertainment streaming service, creator platform and social network.
Blanket social media censorship of nudity is forcing arts organisations to think outside the box.
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.
Mastercard imposes new rules on adult sites in order to crush them under the weight of administration.
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.
Disciplinarian, model and all-round kinkster Miss Matthews sings the praises of owning the means of production and doing it for yourself on the popular fansite.
A cautionary tale of con jobs, betrayal, egomania and our obsession with fame.