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Yet the country's sexual revolution is still incomplete.
"If you can't ban sex totally, then you can't ban pornography," explains Professor Li, a sociologist at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences.
"Pornography to sex is like a restaurant menu to food -- if you can't ban people from eating, you can't ban people from seeing the menu." Amid hate mail and threats, Li has repeatedly urged the regime to overturn its bans on pornography and prostitution.
Brothel-owners are occasionally sentenced to death, and distributors and producers of pornography face life in prison.
Film, television and the Internet are carefully monitored for "spiritual pollution." But while pornography has been banned since the regime's inception, Chinese Internet users are no strangers to adult content.
Also, online chat providers must now verify the identities of the users and keep the blogs and logs of the group chats for at least six months.