The disproportionate importance given to whatever a small number of people are discussing on social media is something that needs to end.
John Frankenheimer’s Cold War conspiracy masterpiece feels as chillingly plausible now as it ever did.
The ground-breaking book that chronicled an election, and the David L. Wolper Kennedy documentaries that it inspired.
The anti-capitalist, class war art collective who infuriated the straight and gay establishment alike.
Scaring people into compliance and controlling the public discussion with vaguely worded laws and campaigns of moral panic.
British TV’s top entertainment show steps up with the adult film legend to deliver a Eurovision anthem for Italy in 1998.
The campaign song for a disgraced President, performed by the man who scored The Wild Angels.
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?
The silencing of dissent – and why more government powers to control speech are the last thing we need.
The UK government’s sudden and selective embrace of free speech is a little hard to swallow.
The First Lady of Italian adult entertainment and her arresting version of Sting’s bleak anti-war song.
Our laws are set by social misfits who don’t know what they are talking about – isn’t that depressing?