Finding women from greece for dating andor serious relationship
Now available in public libraries and for sale to people 18 years and older.
Sale restricted to persons at least 18 years old in the other Australian states.
It was banned in Australia and New Zealand shortly after.
It was allowed to be published in New Zealand in 1963.
This article lists notable banned books and works, giving a brief context for the reason that each book was prohibited.
The best-known examples are the Parisian Obelisk Press, which published Henry Miller's sexually frank novel Tropic of Cancer, and Olympia Press, which published William Burroughs's Naked Lunch.
The Literature Censorship Board described it as "continually smeared with indecent, offensive and dirty epithets and allusions," but recommended that the book remain available to "the serious minded student or reader." The ban was lifted in May 1966.
Collection of articles, interviews, and documents that explore the various marginal aspects of culture.
Russian literature prohibited during the Soviet period was published outside of Russia.
Many other countries throughout the world have their own methods of restricting access to books, although the prohibitions vary strikingly from one country to another: hate speech, for example, is prohibited in a number of countries, such as Sweden, though the same books may be legal in the United States or United Kingdom, where the only prohibition is on child pornography.