Posts Tagged ‘pornography’

Ground-breaking trial redefines obscenity law.

Saturday, January 7th, 2012

7th January 2012 For immediate release. Ground-breaking trial redefines obscenity law.  The International Union of Sex Workers is delighted by the unanimous verdicts of “not guilty” on all counts in the trial of Michael Peacock that concluded at Southwark Crown Court on Friday 6th January. Michael’s courage and determination in pursuing this case was the […]

Pornography conference blasted as ‘meat market’ by protesters

Monday, September 26th, 2011

A protest by feminists was held outside a three day conference central London on pornography. This XBIZ EU conference was attended by adult entertainment executives. The protest was against the meat market of the pornography industry, with protesters dressed as butchers. Not all feminists agree. Catherine Stephens, an activist for the International Union of Sex […]