The Porn Industry Is Worried That a Republican Senator Wants to Ban Porn
GOP Sen. Mike Lee introduced the Interstate Obscenity Definition Act, to “establish a national definition of obscenity,” especially for online porn.
A Kiss in a Netflix Show is Dividing Indians Over Religion and Censorship
Members of India’s ruling Bharatiya Janata Party are outraged over a scene that shows Muslim boy kissing a Hindu girl in a temple.
Trolls Are Sharing Photos of Sex Toys and Condoms Found at JNU. They're Fake But Even if They Weren't, Who Cares?
The posts present the students as hedonistic sex addicts who deserved a good bashing from a masked mob to fix their bad behaviour. The photos were fake but even if they weren't, who cares?
Student in Mumbai Arrested for Editing Girl’s Face Onto Porn and Threatening to Share It
Deepfakes being made for porn seem to be the next new nightmare in India.
Now That You Can Trademark Swear Words, Here Are All the Wildest NSFW Requests
A Supreme Court ruling on vulgar trademarks is making space for new, profane ventures, from "A$$RICH" to "Bitchigan."
The Obscene Comic That Got Its Artist Thrown in Jail Is Back
Mike Diana's 'Boiled Angel' rises again at Superchief Gallery LA.
A guide to the weird things seized by Canadian border guards in 2016
Guns, porn, and baby lizards were all confiscated by the Canadian Border Services Agency this year
The Pervert Who Changed America: How Larry Flynt Fought the Law and Won
Larry Flynt was a hardcore porn pioneer, a born-again Christian, an antagonist of the women's movement, and a First Amendment crusader. What will he leave behind?
This Cartoonist was the First American Criminally Convicted of Obscenity
'The Trial of Mike Diana' is a documentary that will absolutely not be safe for work.
Porn Is Destroying America, Says GOP
Republicans recently added an amendment to their platform that calls pornography a "a public health crisis."
Why Male Fighters Call Each Other Bitches
We talked to a renowned expert on swearing about the role of gender-based obscenity in fighters' trash talk.
How an Iconic Zine's Indecency Trial Exposed a Web of Police Corruption
In 1970, the counterculture magazine OZ got a load of school kids to edit an issue full of naked women and ads for sex toys, which didn't go down too well with the Met's Obscene Publication Squad.