Fight The Kinky Porn Ban

Author: daisyrock  //  Category: Daisy Rock News

For the first time in the western world, when extreme image clauses come into effect in January 2009 it will be illegal for anyone in England and Wales to POSSESS such an image. The central issue here is not whether violent and abusive behaviour is defensible. It is not, as everyone agrees. Rather, the issue is whether this proposal will criminalise non-abusive activities engaged in by consenting adults. It seems crazy that we live in a world where Hollywood produce movies of murder, rape and serial killers, our news programs show daily images of war, people being blown up, shot, killed and abused. But no, the attack by the powers that be is as it always is – against porn – movies and images of consenting adults indulged in fetish activities. The question that immediately follows is this: if the activities or material in question are not abusive, should they be outlawed because some (even most) people find them distasteful? It is worth remembering that a majority once took that view on homosexuality. The Consenting Adult Action Network – CAAN – are organising an action day against the upcoming law. As a British citizen with a keen interest in fetish and femdom erotica I am very concerned about the Government making criminals out of people LOOKING at kinky porn with CONSENTING ADULTS. It’s just one step away from thought crime. Very, very scary. Please help spread the word and show your support by fighting this ban on our freedom.

London – 21st October 2008 – 12:00

St. Stevens Tavern, Bridge Street, London SW1A 2JR – then after to The Houses of Parliament

CAAN are back in London again on 21st October for another awareness raising action against the kinky porn ban and for the freedom of consenting adults to express their sexualities.

We’ve tried being reasonable and now it’s time to be a little bit more interesting..

If you can attend the action to leaflet and so on, or are able to assist with things behind the scenes like transporting equipment, people, or donating resources during the time surrounding the action, please get in touch with us ASAP at info@caan.org.uk or via the web-form.

If anyone feels generous cash wise and is able to donate towards either materials for the action or getting people there who would come if they could afford it, please contact us at the address above.

“We believe in the right of consenting adults to make their own sexual choices, in respect of what they do, see and enjoy alone or with other consenting adults, unhindered and unfettered by government.”

“We believe that it is not the business of government to intrude into the sex lives of consenting adults.”

If you’d like to support this simple notion, please Sign Up

CAAN Visit The Consenting Adult Action Network CAAN Here

One Response to “Fight The Kinky Porn Ban”

  1. daisyrock Says:

    Here’s some of the resulting action from the BBC website
    http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk_politics/7682319.stm

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