Australian internet laws, already some of the world’s strictest, are becoming even more defined.
Australia has a Classification Board that regulates what can go on the internet, films and books, and who can see it.
The Classification Board is now refusing to classify images of female ejaculations and small breasts.
In the eyes of the Classification Board, a female ejaculation is a “water sport,” and, thus, a fetish that should only be witnessed in private. A male ejaculation, well, that is normal and okay to view so it goes without a ban.
It gets even odder with breast size.
The Classification Board has rejected the depiction of several models in their twenties with small breasts because pedophiles may mistake them for children and get turned on.
It does not matter if a model is 29, but if she has small breasts and can appear to be 17, then the top must stay on.
Fiona Patten of the Australia Sex Party criticized officials “as having “a lack of intellectual rigour and a lack of understanding of female sexuality on the part of Australia’s censorship authorities.”
Every action has a reaction, however.
Frown on small breasts in men magazines, and what happens? Just guess.
“We are starting to see depictions of women in their late 20s being banned because they have an A cup size. It may be an unintended consequence…but they are largely responsible for the sharp increase in breast size in Australian adult magazines of late,” Patten said.
That will simply distort the image of what Australian women think they should look like and what Australian men expect a woman to look like.
It has to be men writing these laws.