The woman who pens her blog under the handle "Sarong Party Girl" is writing her site in a country that frowns on anything that looks vaguely like pornography.
However it seems that http://sarongpartygirl.blogspot.com/ is one step ahead of the law in Singapore.
According to The Straits Times, most of Singapore's tough porn laws are for print and video, and the Internet is still seen as a grey area.
The weblog details Sarong Party Girl's life and numerous sexual escapades while she waits to penetrate the academic world. She has a following of about 3000 readers since she started her blog in February last year.
"There is nothing wrong with having a nude picture of yourself published or on show, as long as there is an artistic value to it," she told the newspaper. "These pictures were nice." µ
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