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Face-sitting pornography protest outside Parliament. No this is not a joke

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We found this article on the Telegraph called Face-sitting pornography protest Q&A: How, where, and seriously – why? Protestors demonstrated against new pornography laws outside Parliament on Friday 12th December by simulating sex acts

Some people march about war, some about equality, some about starving children, cruelty to animals, student fees, but this new protest is something that took us a little by surprise.

What are they protesting against?

Earlier this month, an amendment made to the 2003 Communications Acteffectively censored pornography produced in the UK.

Any paid-for porn bought online is now regulated by the same guidelines set out by the British Board of Film Censors (BBFC) as DVDs sold by sex shops.

The new rules are based on a 55-year-old law, the Obscene Publications Act 1959. Video shot abroad is still legal, but there will be severe restrictions on content created in the UK.

So what is now banned?

From now on, material including urolagnia (urination combined with sexual activity, the smearing of urine on the body or urination onto others), and penetration with the entire hand or with extremely large dildos, will be cut by censors.

The amendment bans the following acts from being depicted by British pornography producers:

Spanking

Caning

Aggressive whipping

Penetration by any object “associated with violence”

Physical or verbal abuse (consensual or not)

Urolagnia (toilet-related sex)

Role-playing as non-adults

Physical restraint

Humiliation

Female ejaculation

Strangulation

Facesitting

Fisting

Read the full article here: Face-sitting pornography protest Q&A: How, where, and seriously – why?

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