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phantom [29175. Posted 12-May-2013 Sun 13:07]
Alright... who`s going to tell the Daily Mail? lol
sergio [29174. Posted 12-May-2013 Sun 12:00]
Cps changes law
b) An act which results in or is likely to result in serious injury to a person`s anus, breast or genitals; this could include the insertion of sharp objects (although in some circumstances this can be done in a way that is not likely to result in serious injury) or the mutilation of breasts or genitals. It is likely to be difficult to prove that cases of `fisting` involve images that show activity that is likely to result in serious injury so these cases need to be handled with particular care. Serious injury is not defined in the Act and should be given its ordinary dictionary meaning, being a question of fact for the District Judge or jury.
sergio [29173. Posted 12-May-2013 Sun 11:48]
Not sure of date.
Jackofkent still not published his article on shit play extreme porn Simon Walsh case.
cor [29172. Posted 12-May-2013 Sun 10:22]
Just a few counter points you`ve probably already thought of..
"it is genuinely unhealthy to be as thin as is demanded"
well, I`ve seen reports stating that underweight people will live longer and age slower due to a process in the body that slows the Hayflick phenomenon during periods of fasting. This may be controversial but no one is arguing that fat people live longer..
"a lot of the pressure amongst teenage girls to lose ridiculous quantities of weight.."
and a lot of pressure amongst teenage girls and boys to gain ridiculous quantities of weight from the fast food industry "I`m loving it" slogan should be "I`m getting fat".
"I`m a fat bastard anyhow" - yes me too, and enough people are like us that they call it an epidemic, so where the hell is all the thin people? maybe we need more pressure from the magazines lol.
Just to point out, i see very few beards on men in porn... where is the moral outrage lol.
Spiderschwein [29171. Posted 12-May-2013 Sun 02:35]
Although Gustave Courbet`s "L`Origine du Monde" did have a full on bush, and the lady in question was no stick insect either. Mainly because he was trying to break from the smooth, idealistic nudes of academic artists, and was considered a lot more erotic as a result of this, and Shakespeare referred in his "Venus & Adonis" to "sweet bottom grass."
And indeed, in pr0n and erotic art for a long time after that, everything was hairy, pretty much, and the lawn wasn`t really mowed on a widespread basis until the 1990s, and waxing, eletrolysis, and multi-bladed razors had already been around for many years by then.
I do think that a lot of idealised body images nowadays are rather unrealistic and deeply unpleasant in what is pushed, and I do think something should be done about it, but I. this is usually in mainstream advertising and fashion photography, not pr0n, II. it is genuinely unhealthy to be as thin as is demanded, III. the thing that should be done is clearly not to ban it or adopt a sledgehammer-to-crack-a-nut regulations like compulsory minimum sizes for models but to spread awareness that it`s all because of photoshop and self-induced vomiting that this happens, IV. the fashion industry is a plastic-walled money trench ruled over by snobbish he-bitches so nobody with any sense takes it seriously, V. a lot of the pressure amongst teenage girls to lose ridiculous quantities of weight and look like supermodels comes from, yes, other teenage girls, not from external influences, or from their boy friends, who are just thankful on the whole that any female would give them the time of day, and VI. I`m a fat bastard anyhow, so what do I know :P