11 Weird Things Banned by Governments You might be annoyed by emo clothes, but Russia actually banned them By Evann Gastaldo, Newser Staff Posted Sep 18, 2011 4:14 PM CDT 11 comments Comments In Australia, a small-breasted woman like Kate Hudson can't be a porn star. (Getty Images) (Newser) – It's not just San Francisco that likes banning weird things: Oddee rounds up 11 notable examples from around the world: Porn with small boobs: No A-cup porn films are allowed in Australia. Why? Because, lobbying groups argued, men who prefer such films are secretly into child porn. The two-dimensional version of Avatar: China didn't like the message of the film, so it only allowed it to be shown in 3D—since the country has few 3D theaters. Emo-style clothing: Russia declared such clothing "a threat to national stability," blaming it for high teen suicide rates, and banned it from the halls of public schools and government buildings. Reincarnation without permission: That's right, in China you need the state's permission before you can reincarnate. The government apparently uses the ban in an effort to control Tibetan Buddhists. Tons of baby names: In Denmark, don't get any ideas about coming up with a really original name for your kid. New parents have to choose names from a government-approved list of 7,000 names, or else get permission for an exception. Click for the complete list.