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Why All Readers Should Care About Erotica Censorship

This is the third in a three posts on censorship. See the first here and the second here. Why should ALL readers care about erotica censorship? A few “reasonable” people have responded to this discussion on writers’ websites, saying something to the extent of:  “I don’t care if they stop selling ‘that trash.’  I don’t […]

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The Empire that Erotica Built

This is the second post on censorship in a series.  Find the first post here. Who else controls what you are allowed to buy? Last post, we spoke of Amazon’s Adult Dungeon, but did you know that erotica helped bring Amazon’s Kindle to the top? As erotica author Selena Kitt says in her blog, erotica […]

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