This book examines audiences' attitudes towards the censorship of sexual content in Film. The audiences are either Singapore citizens or resident who stay in Singapore more than a year. The government has a strict censorship on the sexual contents in the film, yet they provided sex education in secondary schools and organize campaigns and activities to encourage the residents in Singapore to have more babies and guide them to a healthier sex life. The dissertation will look at the types of sexual contents which are censored as well as comparison and points of views from the audiences' attitudes towards censorship with the government's regulations, especially in Film rating. The research into attitudes will be based on surveys and interviews with audiences as well as Film students who just graduated from Lasalle College of the Arts.