I'm definetly going to use your suggestion about the court cases. I am still working on the article. Anyways, I hope you read my article again in a few weeks. I am sure to put more material and do more editing, and more citing. Thank you for your comment. Sslota (talk) 19:06, 27 April 2009 (UTC)
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Sex Censorship contains a lot of material that overlaps material in the article on obscenity law; you might want to consider whether that article already deals with these topics adequately, and add to it if it does not.
However, some parts are new and distinct; for example, the section on regulation of behavior through the power to remove funding describes a form of censorship that is not grounded in obscenity law.
The general topic of moral censorship (as opposed to, for example, military or political censorship) does not yet have its own article. Would you be interested in making a start on it? -- The Anome (talk) 17:03, 2 April 2009 (UTC)