I can"t see my little Willy! Saucy seaside postcards banned in 1950s for being too obscene go on show


I can”t see my little Willy! Saucy seaside postcards confiscated by police in 1950s for being too obscene finally revealed

1:11 PM on 23rd September 2011

I wish I could see my little Willy: Saucy seaside postcards confiscated by police in 1950s under anti-obscenity laws go on show in a new exhibition I wish I could see my little Willy: Saucy seaside postcards confiscated by police in 1950s under anti-obscenity laws go on show in a new exhibition

I wish I could see my little Willy: Saucy seaside postcards confiscated by police in 1950s under anti-obscenity laws go on show in a new exhibition

The collection is to on display at Kent University The cards look innocent now, but in the Fifties they enraged anti-obscenity campaigners who branded them a corrupting influence

Line of defense: “Those who are pure of mind won”t see the meaning, those whose minds are corrupt enough to get the puns are already corrupt, thus cannot be harmed by the images, the artists” legal team argued