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October 1st, 2007   #1
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BEIJING (AP) - China has banned television and radio ads for push-up bras, figure-enhancing underwear and sex toys in the communist government's latest move to purge the nation's airwaves of what it calls social pollution. Regulators have already targeted ads using crude or suggestive language,...


 
October 1st, 2007   #2
phoenix80
 
 
following Taliban? It's weird......
 
October 1st, 2007   #3
major liability
 
 
This will have positively no effect on their society unless they ban the human sex drive as well.

You'd think they'd want more such publications about, if they're trying to control their birth rate.


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October 2nd, 2007   #4
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It's the same thing with sodomy. It was "illegal" in many states. Hell, I think Florida still has it on it's books. But the law is not enforced. US States banning sex toys is like making it illegal to chew gum in public. Yeah, it's on the books (From days gone by) but it's not enforced.

(Yes, sex toys make it more fun)

The People's Republic of China is a different matter. The people aren't secure in heir homes or their persons. Chi-Com secret police can enter homes without any reason. They also block words like Freedom and Democracy from internet searches.
 
October 2nd, 2007   #5
Gator
 
 
Good thing about having 50 States is if one does not like the Laws in one, then one can move to another where the Laws maybe more towards ones liking.

The Founding Fathers put guns (Arms) into the Federal Constitution, and, left out sex toys.

I was Stationed at an Army Base in Alabama that was in a dry County, but the Base was Federal Property, so the sale and drinking of alcohol was allowed on post.
Those who lived in Off Post Quarters could also drink in their Quarters, but I believe the rule was when they bought alcohol on Post they had to keep it in the Trunk of thier Car until they got home, and they were not allowed to drink on their porch or outside in their yard.

Difference here is the Government of China is making the Ban, not some locality within China proper.

The Government of China will do what Government in the United States do when they do not like one thing or another, they will Ban the sale and possession of items they do not like, and watch if people order things shipped in from places which sale and ship said items outside China proper.


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October 2nd, 2007   #6
Infern0
 
also worth pointing out that the chinese haven't banned the sale of the items, just the advertisements for them
 
October 3rd, 2007   #7
Redleg
 
 
Topic reminder: China Bans Bra, Underwear, Sex Toy Ads
US matters should be discussed in another thread.

Off-topic posts split to a new thread here:
Illegal to own sex toys in US states?
 
October 3rd, 2007   #8
AChina
 
In addition to Chinese businessmen, no one will oppose this ban
 
October 3rd, 2007   #9
phoenix80
 
 

Quote:
Originally Posted by AChina
In addition to Chinese businessmen, no one will oppose this ban
Could you plz tell us why not!?!
 
October 3rd, 2007   #10
senojekips
 
 
Quote:
Originally Posted by phoenix80
Could you plz tell us why not!?!
Would you go up against the Chinese Government if you lived there? Damn sure I wouldn't.


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