Life can be fine if we sit on our faces in all sorts of places…Lively and colourful protest outside parliament over government internet censorship decree

Posted: 13 December, 2014 in Internet, Internet Censorship
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atvod taking piss The Guardian reported:

Sex workers and campaigners have gathered in front of parliament to protest against changes to UK pornography regulations.

Protesters chanted: What do we want? Face-sitting! When do we want it? Now! They say the list of banned activities includes face-sitting , and campaigners carried out a mass demonstration of this while singing the Monty Python song Sit On My Face.

Organiser Charlotte Rose called the restrictions ludicrous and said they were a threat to freedom of expression.

These activities were added to this list without the public being made aware, Charlotte Rose said. They’ve done this without public knowledge and without public consent.

There are activities on that list that may be deemed sexist, but it’s not just about sexism, it’s about censorship. What the government is doing is taking our personal liberties away without our permissions.

facesitting protest Mistress Absolute, a professional dominatrix and fetish promoter, said the law was restrictive:

I felt that this was the beginning of something to creep into my sexual freedom and sexual preferences.

Neil Rushton said:

They’re very sexist laws. These are very geared towards women’s enjoyment as opposed to men’s.

Obscenity lawyer Myles Jackman, Jerry Barnett from Sex and Censorship and Jane Fae from the Consenting Adult Action Network were among those making speeches at the protest. Fae called the changes heteronormative , and said:

What is being clamped down on is any kind of online content made by adults who are consenting.

I organised today’s mass face-sitting outside Parliament because I’m not willing to give up my sexual liberties

12th December 2014. See  article from  independent.co.uk by Charlotte Rose

charlotte-rose Draconian new pornography restrictions are an attack on our freedom, so it’s time to sit down and be counted

I can hear the laughter now. A mass face-sitting outside Britain’s parliament: are they serious?

The answer, for anyone who dares think otherwise is: absolutely. Yes. For the new anti-porn regulations censor people without consent. Nobody has the right to take away peoples personal liberties or personal choice.

If we don’t speak out now, more and more amendments are going to be added to existing laws taking our personal rights away.

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