In response to Britain's new ban on certain arbitrary sex acts in porn, protestors exercised a sit-in—on each other's faces. Facesitting is one of a number of things outlawed in porn videos by an amendment to the 2003 Communications Act, and sex workers aren't into it.

On Friday, a group organized by a woman named Charlotte Rose got together in front of London's parliament to share their opinions while singing Monty Python's "Sit On My Face." Why wasn't I called for this? From the Guardian:

"These activities were added to this list without the public being made aware," Charlotte Rose said. "They've done this without public knowledge and without public consent.

"There are activities on that list that may be deemed sexist, but it's not just about sexism, it's about censorship. What the government is doing is taking our personal liberties away without our permissions."

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As Jezebel reported earlier this month, the law bans the following sexy time moments from being shown in U.K. porn and even calls the last few "life-endangering."

Spanking

Caning

Aggressive whipping

Penetration by any object "associated with violence"

Physical or verbal abuse (regardless of if consensual)

Urolangia (known as "water sports")

Female ejaculation

Strangulation

Facesitting

Fisting

Sounds like the Brits are really fighting over censorship, but if it leads to more protests like these, can someone tweet me and tell that it's happening please? They are fantastic.

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