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Is it okay to sell sexy but non-nude/porn art commissions

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asked on Jul 4, 2021 at 16:16
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As per title, is it safe to sell sexually suggestive artwork that does not contain full nudity or pornography online in Malaysia. Appreciate any effort given in answering this as this is could be my only source of income in the next few months
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answered on Jul 5, 2021 at 10:56
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edited Jul 5, 2021 at 11:04
by   jeff005
The Films Act[2], Undesirable Publications Act[3] and the Penal Code[4] have provisions making it illegal to make, keep, distribute, or sell pornographic material.

Pornography is often defined as images or videos that contain explicit depictions of sexual activities for the purposes of sexual arousal. However, it bears noting that the law in Singapore governs all obscene material. This means that explicit content that is not meant to sexually excite a person may also fall under these regulations, as long as the content is capable of depraving or corrupting its viewers.

Malaysia is an Islamic Country. The punishment is even more serious under Islamic States Laws. This is the 3rd time these types of Q has been asked in this website. That’s a totally idiotic thing to even ask.

Many people are very smart to twist and turn with the Laws even of their own land.

Please take note that there is a "reciprocal arrangement" of court orders. A Court Judgement for offenses under the Penal Code for both countries can be executed both ways. Do not think that while not operating inside Malaysia as a Sporean located overseas elsewhere, you will be shield from lawsuits. 

Be smart and work smart.
Obey The Laws of The Land.
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