Australia Bans Small Breasts, How Will The Itty Bitty Titty Committee Respond?

Australia Bans Small Breasts, How Will The Itty Bitty Titty Committee Respond?

The conservative sector of Australia’s government has proposed a ban on porn magazines and films featuring women with small breasts because the images apparently “encourage pedophilia.”

Actively campaigning to have the ban overturned is Fiona Patten, the leader of the anti-censorship Australian movement known as the Sex Party.

She claims, as most would agree, that the ban is not a strategy to combat child pornography but an attempt to rid the news stands and Internet of a perfectly normal female body type that a certain group of old white men happen to find unsatisfactory.

Patten also believes that it’s not fair to prohibit women who refuse to have breast augmentation surgery from living their dreams of entering the adult industry.

“It may be an unintended consequence of the Senator’s actions but they are largely responsible for the sharp increase in breast size in Australian adult magazines of late,” Patten told The Register.

“We are starting to see depictions of women in their late 20s being banned because they have an A cup size.”

A law that deems the natural female body as “obscene” could not be “any more insulting,” says adult industry blogger Ms Naughty. She highlights that the ban not only makes small-breasted women feel that they have to have surgery to be attractive by Australian standards, but it also makes men who think “small boobs are sexy” seem like “perverts.”

There’s a much easier way to find out if a girl is too young, she says: it’s called checking how old she is.

Australia has been trying to clear the web of youthful-looking porn stars for several years now. In 2005, a law was passed stating that even if the woman in the film or magazine is over 18, she is still subject to be judged as “illegal” if she looks underage.