Target Australia Pulls GTA V Due To Depictions Of Violence Against Women

Citing customer concerns over "the game's depictions of violence against women", Target stores in Australia are no longer selling Rockstar's Grand Theft Auto V. Update: Take-Two Interactive chairman and CEO Strauss Zelnick has issued a statement regarding Target's action. » 12/03/14 1:09pm 12/03/14 1:09pm

U.K. Domestic Abuse Charity Conducting Mass Burning Of 50 Shades of Grey

Wearside Women In Need, a women's safehouse in the northeast part of the U.K., has announced that they will be organizing an en masse burning of E.L. James' titillating Ben-Wah ode 50 Shades of Grey. Also, it's Third Reich-era Germany, have you heard? However misguided it may be, Clare Phillipson, the plan's… » 8/25/12 1:00pm 8/25/12 1:00pm

Fifty Shades of Grey Banned From Libraries for Being Too Racy and…

The erotica spectacle known as the Fifty Shades of Grey trilogy may be a hit with the ladies, but it's not so popular with the libraries. It turns out libraries in several states have pulled the books off their shelves or refused to stock them in the first place because they deem the work "too steamy or too poorly… » 5/10/12 9:30am 5/10/12 9:30am