The Consenting Adult Action Network CAAN is a grassroots network of individuals in the United Kingdom that was formed in to protest and oppose laws restricting activities between consenting adults, most notably the criminalisation of possession of " extreme pornography ". On 14 June and 22 August, they attempted to seek advice on what material might be caught by the law. On 21 October , they organised a protest with Ben Westwood against the law on "extreme pornography". They were supported by Backlash and The Spanner Trust. The protest was attended by Peter Tatchell and Ben Westwood. CAAN is concerned about several issues regarding consenting adults: . From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The Register. Archived from the original on 25 January
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The pictures to be taken by Mr Westwood will be illegal from January as they would be classified as 'extreme pornography' when the Bill becomes law. An image is deemed to be extreme if it "is grossly offensive, disgusting or otherwise of an obscene character" and "it portrays, in an explicit and realistic way an act which threatens a person's life", according to the act. It also has to meet the test of being grossly offensive, disgusting or otherwise of obscene character. Campaigners say that they are "fed up with the Government's increasingly puritanical attitudes toward sex". The "chain gang" will include models and activists from the Consenting Adult Action Network CAAN who will be bound and gagged in a visual protest, in what campaigners believe restricts adults' sexual choices.