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Clean(ish) Reading in Sussex

Sussex Tales has, on occasion, fallen foul of internet firewalls.

This – in my experience –  is usually down to software installed by companies or schools attempting to limit staff/pupils web browsing the juicy stuff in work/school-  or else to filter sexploitational spam. 265 more words

Writing

Movie Review - "Welcome to New York" - Abel Ferrara Returns to the Scuzzy Side of the Street

Prostitution has too often been used as a metaphor for capitalism, when it would be more suitably applied to the rich and powerful of any political persuasion. 694 more words

Sweary links #6

For your weekend reading pleasure, a bumper batch of sweary shit from around the internet. You may have seen some of these items before, especially if you follow… 465 more words

Swearing

To free or not to free.. the nipple...

The much ado about nipples these days is quite disturbing for me. Maybe I was pulled out of my comfort zone. Not by the sight of all those nipples appearing on the internet, in the news and social media, for I have seen female nipples by the thousands, maybe by the hundreds of thousands, in my life, and I never thought anything of it except that they looked nice. 981 more words

Heartmatters

Indian Minister Calms Industry Fears Over Censorship

MUMBAI — Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore, India’s Minister of State for Information and Broadcasting has attempted to allay film industry fears of growing censorship.
 
“We want film certification to be content based. 442 more words

News

Censorship on the radio today made me angry

This afternoon, while I was driving my son home from archery practice, I heard “Pumped-Up Kicks” come on the radio. If you’re not familiar with the song, it’s by Foster the People and it’s about… 1,020 more words

Life -- The Universe -- And Everything

Ordering Priorities

If you’ve clicked over to The Back Story to find out how this blog came to be, you know that when I wrote The Islanders… 296 more words

Humor