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Going Too Far, and Then Some

And people wonder why I’m saving for plane tickets out of this country…

Okay kids, new additions to Australia’s growing censorship laws. Maybe voting for Rudd was a bad idea after all. First up on the list is female ejaculation. For those of you who don’t know what that is, go look it up on Wikipedia. This is Someone Wicked, not Someone Erotic. In short, some women are capable of ejaculating while they orgasm.

But because the Church are flexing a significant amount of muscle at the moment, female ejaculation content is being blocked by the net filter. Yes, all you squirter fetishists are now fans of what is more-or-less illegal content. This of course is the Church’s reasoning in that they believe only harlots feel sexual pleasure. I really thought we were growing out of this.

The next one is news even to me, but apparently the government are banning, not just internet-blacklisting, but all-out banning small breasts from adult material. They are unwilling to define ‘small’ but common consensus seems to be that anyone in an A-cup won’t be allowed to pose nude for a camera. It’s bad enough the fashion industry has raped the collective self-image of almost every woman on the planet, but now the Australian Government is telling small-breasted women they’re imperfect? Way to go.

Their reasoning of course is that small breasts look like children’s breasts, which could encourage paedophilia. Following the small breasts thing, quickly from behind comes ‘teen’-themed content. Such publications as ‘Barely Legaland ‘Hustler are now banned here. Because even a legal teen is only one step away from being a child. It seems to me that these publications would be seen as a legal alternative to paedophilia, kind of like heroin substitutes. Methadone Porn, if you will.

With these latest addition to the ever-growing banlists, one has to wonder if and when the Government will stop, or when the Australian majority will finally care enough to step up and do something about it. There are groups and organisations fighting to protect that which we are losing to these zealots. We need to do our part before we have the greatest source of knowledge, the most powerful communications tool in the world, taken away from us.

So, in short, just do what you can. Spreading the word is all I ask. I have a comment box, please use it. I want to hear what you have to say. We all need to come together as one and fight the filter. Because none of us, and I mean none of us, can do as much as all of us.

  1. tig
    February 2, 2010 at 3:36 am

    You are a seriously unhappy person.

    Lighten up and smile, man!

    • February 2, 2010 at 9:41 am

      Is there a specific point you’re trying to make here or is this just spam that managed to get past the wordpress spam blocker?

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