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UK Government Anti-Sex?

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I have had a feeling for a while that our government is becoming anti-sex in a way. Making certain types of porn illegal even though I agree with some of the things in the extreme porn law which are considered illegal and sick anyway I don't agree with the so called kinky porn that is included in the law even though I'm not into that kind of porn anyway and now trying to make paying for sex illegal as well might be evidence that it is anti-sex.

What else is on their agenda? Are things like pre-marital sex, casual/ NSA sex, contraceptives, sex toys, general men's magazines with really hot women in them in bikini's or topless pics in them also on their agenda? Wouldn't be surprised that it is.

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I agree this government does seem anti sex and could explain why the government is hell bent on destroying the industry. If you are anti sex the commercial sex industry would represent your worst nightmare as it consists of people having no strings sex solely for pleasure.

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I think our government is copying the US in a way. On a pro-porn website it said that the Bush Administration is in the final stages of updating the porn law (it has some of things that is in the UK extreme porn law) and many people who are pro-porn and even people who are not fans of porn but think it has the right to exist thinks that it is conspiracy to wipe out the porn industry.

Bare in mind the Bush administration is anti-sex cause look at the war they had on contraceptives, sex education (Their so called abstinence education is the real reason why the US has the highest teen pregnancy rate in the developed world), strip/ lap dance clubs and prositution (even though it is legal in Nevada and I think also Arizona).

We have to remember though religion (especially the religious traditionalists and the religious fundamentalists) has a strong influence in the US but not as much here in the UK at least not this time but considering that most of the people in the government are religious they do put their religious beleifs on the ir agenda. I am not bashing religion at all and I'm friends with alot of religious although they are the type of religious people who are either non-practising and/or have liberal views when it comes to sex, I respect religion even though they do have stupid rules when it comes to sex.

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