Cave called it “the greatest Christmas song ever written,” and defended the inclusion of a homophobic slur.
Co-creator and star Dan Levy slammed the TV network: “This is a show about the power of inclusivity. The censorship of gay intimacy is making a harmful statement against that message.”
The five censored episodes in question either feature or reference a character based on the Prophet Muhammad.
“If you put nonsense words into the mouth of someone you want to make fun of you’re not broadcasting their views, you’re making fun of them.”
The streaming service tried to add hair to a mermaid, but ended up with something out of Cats.
The master account user can filter explicit content on sub-accounts.
The iconic image features nude children climbing up rocks, which triggered the initial ban.
It seems that the social media site’s automatic filters have banned the cover image from being posted or shared.
“We reject in the strongest possible terms the decision to pander to local laws…”
The UK hip-hop festival faces new rules in order to stay in Finsbury Park.
The Sri Lankan musician offers illuminating insight into her life and career as an outsider to Western media.
The ex-Pink Floyd frontman has his reservations about the Syrian volunteer organization.