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3D erotica is a knockabout farce

By Ollie Cussen  

The many, many private parts on show in Sex and Zen remain private parts on a screen, and we’ve all seen that before

It is surely a sign that the post-pornographic age has arrived when posters of 3D Sex and Zen: Extreme Ecstasy decorate the underground. You no longer need to venture to the Soho rental stores for your seedy fix. You no longer need to reach all-too-conspicuously for your top-shelf, plastic-wrapped shame, nor make that incriminating card purchase over the internet. Porn comes to…

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