I am writing this to answer a question that has been raised on our forums and I would like to answer it publicly as there can be no doubt about what our goals and aims are and, more importantly in this case, aren't.
Now, while the ideal of allowing all images to be legal may seem appealing in an idealistic sense, there has to be some use of moral sense. The Obscene Publications Act should not be hamstrung by introducing a contradictory and obviously flawed law. A seemingly innocuous statement like "possession of images of any kind should not be illegal" implies that we also want to legalise obscene images. Not the easiest claim to refute if we go down that road.