This article possibly contains original research. This article needs additional citations for verification. Pornography in Asia is pornography created in Liberator sex wedge, watched in Asia and as one or more genres of Asian porn displayed and consumed in other parts of the world.
Internet pornography was outlawed in the People’s Republic of China effective 2002, when state censors issued guidelines requiring that all websites remove any pornographic material. The government started a crackdown in 2004, which included the jailing of a woman. Since 2008, the production of pornographic films has been banned by state censors, the State Administration of Radio, Film and Television’s prohibition on pornography has been complete, and the government has shown no signs of changing course. Pornography in Japan includes pornography ranging from well-known sex acts such as bukkake to sexual fetish pornography such as tamakeri. As in Europe, photographs of nudes are not uncommon in the mainstream media.
In the 1970s and 1980s, the strongest prohibition was against showing pubic hair or adult genitalia. Imported magazines would have the pubic hair scratched out, and even the most explicit videos could not portray it. Starting around 1991, photobook publishers began challenging this ban to the point where pubic hair is now fairly well accepted. The 1960s, in Japanese pornography, was the era of the independent Pink film.