Exhibition of Female Flagellants
Exhibition of Female Flagellants is an 1830 pornographic novel published by George Cannon in London and attributed, probably falsely, to Theresa Berkley. The principal activity described is flagellati...
Mull of Kintyre test
The Mull of Kintyre test or Mull of Kintyre rule was an unofficial guideline said to have been used by the British Board of Film Classification (BBFC) in the United Kingdom to decide whether an image ...
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Charles Carrington
Charles Carrington (1857–1921) was a leading British publisher of erotica in late-19th and early 20th century Europe. Born Paul Harry Ferdinando in Bethnal Green, England on 11 November 1867, he moved...
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John Camden Hotten
John Camden Hotten (12 September 1832, Clerkenwell – 14 June 1873, Hampstead) was an English bibliophile and publisher.
Hotten was born John William Hotten in Clerkenwell, London to a family of Co...
Randiana, or Excitable Tales
Randiana, or Excitable Tales is an anonymously written pornographic novel originally published by William Lazenby in 1884. The book depicts a variety of sexual activities, including incest, defloratio...
Max Lincoln
Max Lincoln founded the British gay pornographic studio Eurocreme in 2002, in the same year that he directed and released DreamBoy. This first film gave its name to the line of productions that made E...
Men Only
Men Only is a British soft-core pornographic magazine published by Paul Raymond Publications since 1971. However, the title goes back to 1935 when it was founded by C. Arthur Pearson Ltd as a pocket m...
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Mayfair (magazine)
Mayfair is a British adult magazine for men. Founded in 1965, it was designed as a response to US magazines such as Playboy and Penthouse, which had recently launched in the UK. For many years it clai...
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The Birchen Bouquet
The Birchen Bouquet is a work of pornography first published around 1770, reprinted in 1826 by George Cannon, in 1860 by William Dugdale and again in 1881 by William Lazenby (when it was said to have ...
Sex Station
Sex Station is a British pornographic televised sex line broadcast 24 hours a day on their website. It was previously a television program airing on Sky Digital at nights on Lucky Star (Sky 910) and L...
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The Amatory Experiences of a Surgeon
The Amatory Experiences of a Surgeon is a pornographic novel by James Campbell Reddie under the pseudonym of "James Campbell" published in London (although the title page asserts Moscow) in 1881. The...
Experimental Lecture
Experimental Lecture is an English pornographic book published in 1878 by the pseudonym "Colonel Spanker" for the "Cosmopolitan Society of Bibliophiles", an imprint of Charles Carrington. The Colonel...
George Cannon (publisher)
George Cannon (1789–1854) was an English solicitor, radical activist and publisher and pornographer who also used the pseudonyms Erasmus Perkins and Philosemus. Around 1812 he became associated with ...
Leonard Smithers
Leonard Smithers (19 December 1861 – 19 December 1907) was a London publisher associated with the Decadent movement. Born in Sheffield, he worked as a solicitor, qualifying in 1884, and became ...
Raped on the Railway
Raped on the Railway: a True Story of a Lady who was first ravished and then flagellated on the Scotch Express is an anonymous English pornographic story published in 1894 by Charles Carrington under ...
Section 63 of the Criminal Justice and Immigration Act 2008
Section 63 of the Criminal Justice and Immigration Act 2008 is a law in the United Kingdom criminalising possession of what it refers to as "extreme pornographic images". The law was enacted from 26 J...
Red Hot TV (UK)
Red Hot is the brand name used by RHF Productions Limited for their portfolio of British pornographic pay-per-view television channels.Red Hot TV began broadcasting on Sky in June 2000 as Red Hot and ...
The Whippingham Papers
The Whippingham Papers is a Victorian work of sado-masochistic pornography by St George Stock (a probable pseudonym, also credited with The Romance of Chastisement) and published by Edward Avery in De...