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10-03-2006, 12:34   #1
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Making Porn in Ireland

Hello everyone,

I'm new to this board and i've been directed here by some friends of mine.

I'm not Irish nor english, and that's why i'm here to ask you something...

Now after this little introduction, i want to make a second one about the topic itself.

I really dont kno where to ask this question and of course you have the right to flame me for it....[edit: of course, you do not have such a right - hullaballoo]

Ok the question is:

Since it is possible to sell adult content movies and magazines in ireland, is it possible to actually produce such materials here?

I know it sounds strange and all and I know that some of those who'll read the post will think this is horrible... but what can I say... I prefer to post something here rather than go to the tourist information center... if ya know what I mean...

well any comments welcome and thanks for your time

cheers

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10-03-2006, 14:58   #2
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Oh look the 14:55 banhammer is running a lil late.......
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ughhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh....


i have no idea what to do with this...

Can't tell if its someone being a muppet, or a genuine enquiry...

And even if it is a genuine enquiry its a grey area.


*EDIT*


Right there's a legal discussion forum (first i ever heard of it) so i'm going to boot this thread over there (and unlock it of course) let them deal with your enquiry as its less likely to be flamed and muppetised over there.

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The very first sign of muppetry will warrant a ban. I'm going to change the title of this to generate some interest, and edit the OP for grammar and spelling to make it easier to understand.
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I'm going to change the title of this to generate some interest, and edit the OP for grammar and spelling to make it easier to understand.

Thanks man....

very appreciated (i'll keep it short to avoid other mistakes...)

and, hey it's just a question ok... i dont need moral advice or anything like that.
I'm just courious about it.

cheers

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There are at least 2 adult DVDs that were filmed in Ireland that have been discussed several times on boards.ie. That would be the F*cked in Ireland series produced by a George Kingsbury Productions. These were filmed in a cottage in Donegal

But I'm not sure how legal their situation is.
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There are at least 2 adult DVDs that were filmed in Ireland that have been discussed several times on boards.ie. That would be the F*cked in Ireland series produced by a George Kingsbury Productions. These were filmed in a cottage in Donegal

But I'm not sure how legal their situation is.
Seen one of them, cringingly bad, chpper girls I think it was called (because one of the 'stars' apparently worked in a chipper in Tallaght).
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I cannot imagine the making of pornography is legal in ireland. I don't know if you'll be prosceuted.

Please don't do it btw I'm not looking forward to the Sun's headline;

"Foreigner corrupting Irish Girls in filth porno shocker"
Full story pages 3-4, pictures pages 5,6,7, 11-15,23, plus a massive pull out section!!!!!!!!!
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I'm fairly sure this would be illegal under the "affront to the public conscience" provision.
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I doubt this would be illegal, provided the people were consenting and overage.
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I doubt this would be illegal, provided the people were consenting and overage.

That's what i think. I mean it's not prostitution.

Would anyone know where to actually look for some info?

Can a contract or an agreement be made in order to, let's say, regulate the whole thing?

Thanks for the comments.... and I hope to come acros "chipper girls" someday.... horrible idea tho....
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That's what i think. I mean it's not prostitution.

Would anyone know where to actually look for some info?

Can a contract or an agreement be made in order to, let's say, regulate the whole thing?

Thanks for the comments.... and I hope to come acros "chipper girls" someday.... horrible idea tho....
Not if the courts deemed it to be illegal as an affront to the public conscience (I can't remember the case but it was English and regarded a group of men conducting in S&M activity that was deemed to be illegal by the courts even though they were consenting adults.)

If what you proposed was true, you could effectively contract out of illegal activities.
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R v. Brown R v. Brown ... homosexual S&M (as my lecturer put it) "not with your usual whips and chains"

but some academics argued it was just because the judges were homophobic... remember the judgement was upheld 5 to 4... it could easily go the other way here.
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Seen one of them, cringingly bad, chpper girls I think it was called (because one of the 'stars' apparently worked in a chipper in Tallaght).
I Knew i saw that girl loadsa times preumed it was in a lapdancing plade i dj'd in.If only id known she was mad for it
Na wouldnt of
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I only ever encountered one and it was illegal however I was not involved directly in the case so dont know what law it broke.

I would imagine it could fall under prostitution and similar offences (you are paying a woman to have sex) or possible more in the lines of a brothel (you are selling a woman as a sexual tool).

More than likely however I doubt you would be able to obtain a license to produce or distribute and therefore it would be illegal.
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