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Snatched: Sex And Censorship In Australia
by Helen Vnuk
For former editor of Australian Women's Forum Helen Vnuk, being prevented by the Office of Film and Literature Classification (OFLC) from showing normal vaginas in a health story on plastic surgery was the last straw. Material acceptable in arthouse films and lifestyle or women's magazines is now deemed inappropriate for adult videos or magazines. Where did instructions ...more
Paperback, 254 pages
Published January 1st 2003 by Vintage Books USA
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A thought provoking, interesting read. I certainly learnt a few things about Australian censorship in relation to pornography and sex, as depicted in several types of media. The author makes a lot of valid points and illustrates all the various inconsistencies of censorship laws and how they have been enforced in Australia, over the years.