Category Archives: Censorship

Mohammed, like any religious figure, must remain fair game for satire

Because censorship should be reserved for indecency, not for the parody of ideas.

Because the assumption that you can appease a small portion of fanatics whose hatred is already fundamental through censorship is severely misguided.

Because everyone has a right to choose a religion, and with choosing comes the understanding that not everyone will share the same views.

Because assuming that the Charlie Hebdo killers represent other followers of the Islamic faith is to forget that one of the 12 killed at the magazine’s offices was a Muslim police officer.

Because the suggestion otherwise that a small group of extremists represents 1.6 billion believers in Mohammed is not just absurd, but offensive to the sane majority.

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#PornProtest (NSFW)

Today went along to Westminster to witness the largest group face-sitting in history set against the backdrop of the Houses of Parliament. The face-sitting was intended to pull in the journalists, which it certainly did in the hundreds. The cause for the protest was not lost with three main speeches from Obscenity lawyer Myles Jackman, Jerry Barnett from Sex and Censorship and Jane Fae from the Consenting Adult Action Network regarding the banning of a number of sex acts from online pornography which is not just an assault on the pornographic industry but also on free speech.  The list of acts is very arbitrary and focussed on acts which traditionally derive more pleasure for women than men including female ejaculation and face sitting.

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Porn protest to shock Westminster

Get down to the Old Palace Yard near the Houses of Parliament this Friday 12th at 12 noon for a bit of dry humping and face sitting in the name of free speech.

“Pornography is the canary in the coalmine of free speech: it is the first freedom to die. If this assault on liberty is allowed to go unchallenged, other freedoms will fall as a consequence.”