23 October 2018   |  Last Updated 21-12-2014 09:57

      Wednesday 17, December 2014

      Fetishists spit fire about the changes in porn law

      UK parliament’s decision on banning certain sex acts to keep the internet ‘safer’ backfired with a massive reaction from the fendom world.

      Over twenty couples showed up outside the Houses of Parliament during Friday’s protest and duplicated sexual acts.

      Fetishists from all over the UK spat fire to the government on the social media platforms such as Twitter and Facebook.

      Patrick Murphy, a fetishist from Salford, said: “These changes are basically stopping people live and explore their sexual freedom. I am a believer that anybody should be allowed to do whichever fetish they desire so long as it doesn’t affect other people’s lives.


      “I think just like how freedom of speech, free press and etc. are so important and they are a human right, free porn should also be a human right and no one should interfere with one’s sexual freedom.

      “I hope they retreat their decision as soon as possible because this isn’t fair on people who enjoy BDSM and other similar fetishes.”

      Mr Murphy added: “I know some people are making a living through these sorts of acts by selling content online. How would you feel if all of a sudden someone came and said your profession is now illegal to do? Like I said, this is not fair.” 

      Take a closer look at the protest held in London.

      WARNING: This video contains sexually explicit images

      Deputy Prime Minister Nick Glegg is also one of those who believe that the state should not invade the privacy of people’s bedrooms.

      He said “it is not a prurient judgement of whether we approve or not of someone’s behaviours of the privacy of their bedroom. It is not the role of politicians to cast moral judgements on that.

      “People should be free to get their kicks”

      Manchester and Salford city councils refused to comment about the recent law changes in pornography.

      Game developers MiKandi created a squirting game called “Squirt Alert! Save Female Ejaculation” where the gamers can squirt on judges and lawyers.

      MiKandi developers said that they made this game in two days after hearing about the recent UK ban on female ejaculation and other types of porn content, especially fendom.

      “The game is super simple but we wanted to get our point across fast. Save Female Ejaculation. Save the world… Obscenity is whatever gives the judge an erection”

      The game is free and available to download on Android.


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      By Koray Erol