Erotic Review: The UK’s War on Pornography

Erotic Review: The UK’s War on Pornography

Erotic Review’s Political Editor Ian Dunt finds the UK’s most recent legislation on porn controlling and restricting – and not in a good way, either.

Erotic Review: The War on Pornography
It is not really a war on porn. It is a war on difference. It is a war on the strange turn-ons of unusual people, the exploration of what does and doesn’t work for you. It is a war against sexual experimentation and the extraordinarily vast and unpredictable landscape of human fantasy.

Where are the liberals when pornography is attacked? They are silent. Where are the feminists when dominatrixes are censored? They say nothing.

Pornography is the great silencer. It makes usual defenders of free speech hold their tongue and proponents of equality forget their values.

For years now, pornography laws have been contrary to the fundamental values of British justice. People are branded sex offenders for images they do not know they possess, whether by being sent them unsolicited on social media or because they featured somewhere on a website they once read. Quite simply, it is impossible for any user of pornography, no matter how mainstream or infrequent, to know they are not breaking the law.

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