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Thread: ABDL porn and Google linking to the websites will be made illegal in England?

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    Default ABDL porn and Google linking to the websites will be made illegal in England?

    I was just informed by a friend online asking me have I heard that ABDL porn and search engines linking to the ABDL websites will be made illegal in England. I tried to do some research on this to see how true this is but I found no results. Is this some kind of hoax or did anyone hear about it? Is there any links about this?Why are they making this illegal if this is all true?

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    While it's true they have recently banned a bunch of porn in the UK, the particulars of your statement (to my understanding) are not true.

    What they did ban were things like female ejaculation, watersports, spanking, and various other things that cause "harm." The ban applies to porn produced in the UK, so pervy Brits can still watch all their favorites from overseas.

    http://www.theguardian.com/culture/2...e-online-films

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    Quote Originally Posted by GoldDragonAurkarm View Post
    While it's true they have recently banned a bunch of porn in the UK, the particulars of your statement (to my understanding) are not true.

    What they did ban were things like female ejaculation, watersports, spanking, and various other things that cause "harm." The ban applies to porn produced in the UK, so pervy Brits can still watch all their favorites from overseas.

    http://www.theguardian.com/culture/2...e-online-films
    In fact I'm not even sure if it covers content made in the UK, only the video site that distributes it. I'm not a lawyer, but looking at the regulations there doesn't seem to be anything that would prevent content made in the UK from being hosted on a site based outside the UK.

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    The news has at the same time been blown out of proportion and not taken as seriously as it should.

    Basically: Pornography that you pay for online is not governed by the old rules that applied to video sales of pornography. This rules were written by miserable, sexist, old-fashion types years ago. The rules include no spanking, no female ejaculation and yes, no age-play!

    This does not affect search engines, free porn or foreign (to the UK) porn. Personally I think the change is an insult to our cottage porn industry, but whatever.

    News reports have been taken a light-hearted approach to this story, but for many kinksters we find no humour in it... This is the firm hand of the state where we need it least!

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    The deteriorating situation in the UK with regards to free speech and privacy is really quite alarming. The kind of practices that were once mocked in places like China are now gradually being implemented. Australia and the UK are at the front of the Kool Aid line, but the US and Canada are not too far behind.

    I keep hoping for some great public uprising, but (particularly in the UK) the public seems to have fully bought into the protect the children/fear the terrorists rhetoric. I guess in a democracy the majority do get what they want, but it's still painful to watch when you are in the apparent minority.

    In my country (Canada) it's at least being held off for now, but there are definitely parties pulling various strings to get more censorship, easier access to data, and less privacy.

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    I don't get the new legislation at all. It bans spanking and "aggressive whipping"!? So... non-aggressive whipping (ouch!) is absolutely fine and harmless, while spanking is beyond the pale...? It makes no sense at all.

    Especially when, as I understand it, the pornography isn't even illegal in itself; it's just illegal to be produced in the UK... So... anyone can participate in these activities so long as they don't film them... And anyone can watch these activities, so long as the footage was procured from another country. What the hell is the point?! Who are these laws supposed to be protecting?!

    Good job I have no real interest in porn... :-)

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    AB/DL might be considered porn by some users. Porn doesn't always have to include pictures from what I understand.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Calico View Post
    AB/DL might be considered porn by some users. Porn doesn't always have to include pictures from what I understand.
    Well, writing could be pornographic (I think that was probably the original meaning before photos and video were invented). But I don't read anything that could be considered pornographic, really. It's just not my thing.

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    My mom considered Ashley's Diaper Adventures pornographic. People have seen Tyger underwear catalogue pornographic. I am sure some might find this place pornographic. Even if something isn't meant to be porn, it can still be for anyone. Heck even innocent pictures of kids is pornographic for a pedophile. A none pedo can find a bunch of pictures of kids in diapers on someone's computer and think it's kiddie porn so therefore they find the person sick. I knew someone online who liked putting kids in diapers including his little cousin and then one day his girlfriend found all these photos on his computer of kids in diapers and thought he was some sick fucker so she broke up with him and he was all depressed over the break up and misunderstanding. Even if someone has an innocent mind and doesn't see something as sexual, others will look at it differently. I view it as them having a dirty mind.

    We may not find all this AB/DL stuff pornographic, not everyone views naked pictures of men or women as porn, they view it as art.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tiny View Post
    Especially when, as I understand it, the pornography isn't even illegal in itself; it's just illegal to be produced in the UK... So... anyone can participate in these activities so long as they don't film them... And anyone can watch these activities, so long as the footage was procured from another country.
    Just to clarify: It's illegal to sell the video either in sex shops or (now) online without a BBFC classification, if it was produced in this country. The BBFC will not classify something with spanking, aggressive whipping etc.
    So people can still partake in these activities, film them and distribute them... just not sell them.

    It's worth pointing out that this 'new' law has existed for ages, it just simply applied only to sex shops. The difference now is that online sales are affected.


    Quote Originally Posted by Calico View Post
    AB/DL might be considered porn by some users. Porn doesn't always have to include pictures from what I understand.
    That's definitely true; I certainly consider a lot of AB stories to be pornographic. Talking about this legislation specifically, videos are the only medium affected. People (especially newspapers) seem to be using 'porn' as shorthand for 'pornographic film'.

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