Non-Porn Porno Pulled Off YouTube Anyway

By Gary Cutlack on at

An edited version of a porn film that -- initially at least -- circumvented YouTube's censorship policy by not actually showing anything rude happening has been removed from YouTube all the same.

The movie is/was called Do You Find My Feet Suckable? and had existed on YouTube for nearly a fortnight, before disappearing accompanied by YouTube's stock nudity or sexual content policy warning. An edited version of the actual hardcore original, it didn't show anything actually being out or even going in and then out again repeatedly, focusing mainly on sexual tension, legs, and a man really tonguing some toes, a bit like what happens in Quentin Tarantino's dreams.

The director explained that she still thinks this edited version has all the thrills of the one with the sex bits left in, saying: "The special YouTube edits contain all the narrative, context and eroticism with strong characters and great cinematography, but all without the explicit sex. So a new audience can experience my films in a completely new way."

Awesome. All the porn narrative we so love. But YouTube didn't agree. And be careful if trying to find it on work time, as there's a version out there with actual porn in. Save that for when you're at home. This even more edited version is quite safe, as long as no one can see your screen. [Mirror via Independent]


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