Australia bans A-cup boobs and young-faced actresses

The forward thinking Australian Classification Board is planning to ban ladies with a less ample bosom from appearing in porno in case a paedophile sees.

Somebody Think of the Children, a blog Down Under focused on moral panic across Oz, pointed us toward the Australian Sex Party’s Fiona Patten who says she’s seen women in their late 20s banned from porno because of their A cup breasts.

The National Classification Code in Australia says that anything that describes or depicts a person who appears to be a child under 18 in a way that is likely to cause offence to a reasonable adult is refused classification.

That means that if you’re 25 but look, say, 17 you’re barred from showing your breasts to the world via Webcam or what have you. Budding “film stars” should start leaving the wrinkle cream on the shelves.