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‘Fisting’ trial in UK
What is it about Britain’s Crown Prosecution Service? Has it got a thing about anal fisting? You might well think so ...
Syren v Abigail
Abigail Greydanus, who claims she made Katy Perry’s Syren Latex outfits, is being sued by Syren owner The Stockroom...
Portland ban stays
London mansion Portland Place has lost its appeal against a ban on hosting adult parties and other commercial events...
Portland Place ban
The venue of 2009’s Rubber Ball, which showcased Naucler Design fashion, has been banned from holding more parties...
Arena fraud arrests
One of NYC’s most respected scene figures has been charged with participation in a $51million mortgage scam...
Lithium + SG settle
Lithium Picnic photographer Philip Warner and partner Apnea’s long dispute with SuicideGirls has been resolved...
Cohen: lobby Lords
With less than a month left to fight the UK’s anti-BDSM bill, the Spanner Trust is urging us to lobby House of Lords ...
Picnic trial certain
Lithium Picnic photographer Philip Warner has nothing to smile about after his pre-trial hearing before a Portland judge...
Reasons for denial
The Ministry of Justice note gives the following justifications for overriding the rights in the European Convention...
Brits fight law
The Criminal Justice Bill, which aims to punish the viewing of ‘violent’ pornography in Britain with three years’ imprisonment...
Suicide v Lithium
Lithium Picnic’s Philip Warner expects to be in court soon, defending himself against a Suicide Girls lawsuit ...