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Lecturers accuse universities of limiting free speech on campuses

A group of university academics have published an open letter in the Telegraph criticising their universities and unions for “stifling free speech by banning anything that causes the least offence to anyone”, which, according the academics, denies “the intellectual challenge of debating conflicting, and often unpopular views”. [su_pullquote]80% of unis censor the free speech of…

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Feminism in Film: The Censorship of Female Sexuality

The naked female body is one of the most broadcasted and sought-after images in existence: exploited in order to sell everything, from newspapers to hamburgers, and is absurdly more visible than its male counterpart. But it is also one of the world’s most censored images, for rarely – if ever – is this nudity coupled…

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