1) you believe that people should go to jail and be registered as sex offenders for owning pictures of consensual bondage; or:
2) you should sign this petition.
This has go the potential to be a very worrying law and as far as I was aware there were laws in place already to protect the weak and and sexually oppressed.
I like the way Peter Tatchell types his name in caps, as if by his very presents the state will colapse.
I would, (I've posted about the issue several times), but for the facts that a) the petitions require you to give them your name and address and e-mail, and b) they don't take the slightest bit of notice of them.
a) well, that's the whole point. If nobody can be arsed to come out against this in public under their own name ("ooh no, people will see I'm defending Teh Perverts") then we might as well pack up and go home now.
b) evidence? certainly, the road-pricing one had a pretty major impact (irritating that the most popular petition on the site was campaigning to stop the government from doing the right thing, but that's the people for you…)
The road pricing one was the exception to the rule that online petitions are a waste of time.
As for a), it's not that I don't want to be seen 'defending teh perverts', it's that I don't see the point of voluntarily putting myself on a database by doing something that is a complete waste of time.
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