Along with music videos by Beyonce and Madonna.
Read it at The Mail & Guardian
Kampala, say goodbye to short shorts. A new anti-pornography bill proposed by the Ugandan government would outlaw clothing that exposes “intimate parts” in public, along with a broad range of media materials—including televised concerts and music videos by the likes of Beyoncé and Madonna. “Television should not broadcast a sexy person,” the country’s ethics and integrity minister, Simon Lokodo, told South Africa’s Mail & Guardian. Lokodo, a former priest, vowed that the government would even be monitoring the Internet “so we know who has watched which website and we know who has watched pornographic material.”