Toxic masculinity, sexual frustration and puritanical laws that violate personal agency make for a volatile, deadly combo. Until earlier this week I had no idea that there was a group of men…
Way too hot for Elmo! The producers have yanked the segment from classic kids TV show Sesame Street and it’s rapidly disappearing from YouTube too. Check it out while you can 😉
Good question. Jane Fae Ozimek writes in the Register:
Is US dominance of the internet — and particularly of the social networking space — leading to the export of US prudery across the globe? Or is the growing debate on international censorship a little more complicated?
As Becky Dwyer, a US citizen and, as member of CAAN Scotland, a campaigner for less censorship in the UK put it: “Isn’t this more about American Corporations forcing conformity upon private individuals rather than ‘American’ values?”
First off, examples of US social networking sites coming down hard on subscribers who fail to toe the line set by Ts & Cs are widespread. Let’s start with global social networking site, Facebook. Readers will by now be more than familiar with its policy when it comes to boobs: namely that above-waist nakedness, if it appears to be in the least bit sexualised, is a definite no-no…