The Daily Mail Recommends…The softcore pay per view channel XXX First Timers

Posted: 19 June, 2012 in Sex on TV
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See  article from  dailymail.co.uk by Paul Scott

adult xxx first timers logoA columnist in the Daily Mail had a long rant about chief TV censor, Ed Richards, applying to be top dog at the BBC. Presumably Paul Scott feels that the sexless UK adult broadcasters are not censored enough.

XXX First Timers is an encrypted  pay per view channel from Playboy TV censored down to softcore under pains of massive fines from TV censor Ofcom.

Anyway Paul Scott wrote in the Daily mail:

I apologise in advance for going into detail about the shocking level of pre-watershed sleaze on offer. But it is, I am afraid to say, necessary to illustrate the way Ofcom, under Richards’ stewardship, has surrendered our airwaves to the pornographers.

The station in question is called XXX First Timers. It is, as its unashamedly quasi-paedophilic-sounding title would suggest, at the most grubby fringes of the increasingly out-of-control adult entertainment available on our TV screens.

And its sales pitch is not for the faint-hearted. Playing on a loop is film of a selection of young women, some of whom have clearly been dressed to resemble schoolgirls, in a series of provocative poses.

It features a sickeningly lascivious voiceover, which attempts to entice customers to pay 5.99 to access the pay-per-view channel for the evening. They’re all gagging to lose their screen virginity,it drools. Catch these ripe girls before they go rotten.

Remember, this is the sort of wretched material being broadcast before 9pm that can freely be viewed by children — which the watershed is supposed to protect — without entering any security pin number.

Although the station does not officially start broadcasting until 10pm, its crude attempts to tantalise its audience into subscribing starts earlier in the evening.

As an example of how easy it is for teenagers to access it by mistake, its channel number 929, is one digit different from channel 629, the children’s station Pop Girl, which at the same time was showing the Australian teen soap Blue Water High.

Suffice to say, if there are any parents left who think they are safe to leave their children unsupervised to watch pre-watershed TV, they should think again.

After the Mail brought the issue of what is being shown pre-watershed on XXX First Timers to the attention of Ofcom, the regulator promised: We have required the adult channel in question to provide us with a copy of the material so we can assess it urgently.’

Sounds Great! Sounds better than strict Ofcom rules actually allow it to be.

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