When did our consensual rights become something decided by legislation, when were our civil liberties and the right to act as adults come into question. Why has the government banned these acts which clearly portray a sexist side as allowing men to ejaculate seems to be fine, however let a women squirt and it’s become a crime or something that should not be seen because the government decides it’s not for us to see, without even questioning or asking the public about what they may choose.
13 Steps to Suppression is an exhibit that portraits the ludicrous porn law via the Obscenity act which was amended on the 1st Dec 2014 to list certain activities can no longer be sold through clips on line/demand within the UK.
13 Steps to Suppression is Charlotte Rose’s depiction on the 13 activities which are now banned, these acts include:
- Female Ejaculation
- Verbal Abuse
- Physical Restraint
- Role Play as non Adults
- Penetration by objects
- and Humiliation
Charlotte Rose has over 17 years of experience in The Sex industry and has been fighting for Sexual Freedom since 2012, from decriminalisation for the sex industry to personal liberties within the UK. Her goal is to give freedoms back to the general public when it comes to sexual liberation.
With the help of many well known industry sexual freedom supporters 13 Steps to suppression is a magnificent art collection that is available for purchase.
Why not own you very own piece of history and also support ‘Sex & Censorship’ campaign via Jerry Barnett through sales donations
“I hope you enjoy my collection, and I’m grateful for your support in this fight for personal liberties” – ‘They can try and ban our liberties, but they can never take…our SEXUAL FREEDOM” – Charlotte Rose
- Jerry Barnett Sex & Censorship
- Andytookit Portraits
- Jacob V Joyce
- Jane Fae
- Special Thanks to all Extras
Please do take the time to go through the following articles to see how the rest of the world think that the UK government has made an immature decision and a very sexist decision too.
There are infinite discussions to be had about the utterly bizarre, and in places, draconian changes made to the UK porn laws yesterday. by Rebecca Reid