Face-sitting protest outside parliament against new porn rules – Trending Stuff

Protesters outside parliament. Photograph: Vianney Le Caer/Rex Features

Her friend Neil Rushton, 33, a mature student, stated: Theyre very sexist legislation. These are geared as opposed to mens.

The pair will take part in the this afternoon.

Justin Hancock, a sex educator who runs the site Bish UK, said: Often the same filters that block these sites block my site, so I suffer that the porn industry does.

This specific regulation will not prevent one person from seeing any pornography that they cant already see elsewhere anyway.

Them using the debate around young and sex people is specious.

Its moralising. Its about saying.

Hancock also cautioned that the state is trying to take charge of the internet.

Obscenity attorney Myles Jackman, Jerry Barnett from Sex and Censorship and Jane Fae from the Consenting Adult Action Network were among those making speeches.

Fae known as the changes heteronormative, and said: What is being clamped down on is any type of content made.

This is entrenching business.

Protesters chanted: What do we want? Face-sitting! When do we want it? Now!

Participants used mats and blankets to act out face-sitting.

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