Luckily, that's why we have the internet.
Seriously, you censor the word "porn," yet you don't afford the word "whore" the same courtesy...
Judging by their ‘successes’ to date, I’d say by the time these people figure out internet porn exists, fans of adult entertainment will be watching dirty movies on high-def viewing screens which have been embedded directly into their forearms (for added convenience and portability, naturally).
Welcome back to Shit That Makes No Sense, a new column I invented based solely on this censored poster of Magic Mike XXL found at an Australian bus shelter. That's right, Australia, home of Thunder from Down Under and Crocodile Dundee, no longer wants rippling, hunky male physiques to be displayed in public, hence this hastily put together censorship of the film's poster.
Kim Jong Un, North Korea's supreme leader and Dennis Rodman's BFF, is attempting to crack down on Western influence in his country, because it's really the only thing keeping him in power. If people saw things like, I don't know, porn, they might realize that he sucks and attempt to replace him with someone who will keep the porn flowing 24/7.
It's becoming harder and harder to find a social media site that's willing to host dirty pictures these days. Facebook & Instagram have always been cockblockers, but then Twitter announced their Kristallnacht-esque purging of 10 million porn related accounts. Now imgur is following in their footsteps, threatening to ban porn links in their comments section.
Australia's always had an outlaw spirit, a reputation it can't seem to shake no matter how restrictive and barbaric a number of their laws are. This past January, Risdon Park South resident Karen Davis was determined to restore that rebellious attitude by flashing her large, pendulous breasts when the Google Maps car drove past her house.
Really, Wallingford? Really?
If perchance you were on Twitter this past weekend searching for fisting, you may have found yourself shit out of luck as Twitter was redirecting their Top Tweet searches for "Fisting" to "Fishing." What's more, apparently this was the only kinky word being subjected to such redirects as searches for Spanking got users the content they desired.
I know I am stirring a very large and potentially explosive pot here, but I am just about done with everyone else's religions telling me what is right for me. It’s easy to lay blame on religion, but honestly this busybody-I-know-best attitude is prevalent in all human beings, religious or not. Everyone wants their opinion to be the right one. Some are willing to get more violent about it than others.
Since Kim Kardashian ended up not breaking the Internet by showing off her glorious buns, Google thought they should step up and try their hand at breaking it. Perhaps “breaking the internet” is the wrong term, but they really don’t want to see porn on Blogger.
Back in December, Australian publication Sticks & Stones had their Instagram account deleted after posting the above photo, featuring healthy tufts of pubic hair poking out from the models' swimsuits. Following some recent criticism of that decision, however, Instagram reversed its decision and reinstated their account.
In addition to making many, many, many asinine decisions, the Motion Picture Association of America—aka the ratings board—also has a glorious history of coining odd new phrases when listing their ratings reasons for some films. Take Fifty Shades of Grey for example, which recently secured an R rating for, among other things, "some unusual behavior."
If you're on Instagram and you're not following "Raisedbythewolvesau" a.k.a. Sarah Bahbah, you're missing out on one of the best Instagram accounts on the entire social media platform. Personally I could care less about Instagram, mainly due to their puritanical policies regarding nudity, but Ms. Bahbah is gloriously pushing the boundaries of these policies.
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