Glasgow Subway Ad Censored for Featuring Michelangelo's 'David'
Citing modesty concerns, an ad firm rejected a poster depicting the Renaissance sculpture
Florida High School Cancels 'Indecent,' a Play About Censorship on Broadway in 1923
Free speech groups—and playwright Paula Vogel—are condemning the school board's decision
A Brief History of Silent Protests
Activists in China are using blank sheets of paper to speak out against the country's draconian zero-Covid policies
What to Know About Pakistan's Controversial Transgender Romance Film
The government reversed its ban on "Joyland," though several scenes will be cut
Margaret Atwood Tried—and Failed—to Burn a Copy of 'The Handmaid’s Tale.' Here's Why
A fireproof version of her bestseller is a weapon in an ongoing fight against literary censorship
The Evolution of Betty Boop
Film censorship sparked the beloved cartoon character's mid-1930s makeover
Banned by Tennessee School Board, 'Maus' Soars to the Top of Bestseller Charts
Art Spiegelman's graphic novel details his parents' experiences in Nazi concentration camps during the Holocaust
Hong Kong Removes 'Pillar of Shame' Honoring Tiananmen Square Victims
The move arrives amid continuing crackdowns on pro-democracy protesters in the Asian city
Major Contemporary Art Museum Debuts in Hong Kong Amid Censorship Concerns
M+ promises to be a leading cultural destination, but China's new national security law threatens its curatorial freedom
The Sex Education Pamphlet That Sparked a Landmark Censorship Case
Women's rights activist Mary Ware Dennett was arrested in 1929 for mailing a booklet deemed "obscene, lewd or lascivious"
Hypersensitive Profanity Filter Censors 'Bone' at Paleontology Conference
Moved online due to the pandemic, an automated content filter banned terms including "sexual," "pubic" and "stream"
An Early Run-In With Censors Led Rod Serling to 'The Twilight Zone'
His failed attempts to bring the Emmett Till tragedy to television forced him to get creative
Shuttered Amid Protests Last Year, Queer Art Exhibition Reopens in Rio
A successful crowdfunding campaign helped bring “Queermuseu” back to life
Why Censors Are Targeting Winnie-the-Pooh in China
Social media users have compared the honey-loving bear to Chinese President Xi Jinping