Re: Sex and Violence
A most excellent response, I applaud you. There is no denying though that many parents bring their children to movies that show excessive violence or intentionally allow their children to watch it. However, if a sexual scene emerges, they immediately fast forward that part. (I know, it's happened more times to me than I can count and to many people I'm acquainted with.)
Originally Posted by Tsuchi
I do detect a bit of bias with some of your other points. Male genitals are rather, extreme. The only part of a woman that is so blatant is the breasts themselves, every other part is rather bland, it's all internal. Males, however, have more to it. I don't want to get into it, but you know what I mean. A woman's nakedness is highly overated, there's hardly anything special about it. A man's nakedness shows exactly what can be done with a woman's.
I'm not saying that if a female is exposed that's okay and if a male is it isn't. What I am saying is that I could see why a man's genitals would be shunned more than a womans. In no way did I say that a double standard should be in place, I only said that I'd understand it. Personally, I couldn't care less if a naked man is running about, I have no interest. I believe you may have misunderstood my statement. I'm just saying there's more "stuff" on a man than there is a woman; that's a fact.
I'm also an advocate for eliminating all nudity and violence; but at the same time I can't help but wonder if more education in sexuality would benefit people.
I don't care about what people show in their avatars and signatures, though I do find it a bit childish when males have half naked women in them. It's the women who should have naked females in theirs and men should have half naked males in theirs (if it's going to happen at all that is). I do not understand why a woman should be so opposed to their own bodies, and why men are so attracted to females that they'd actually have them as avas and sigs. More education should fix this I think.
If I haven't explained myself well enough, do tell me.
Oh, I forgot, you should know that I'm old enough to buy my own [email protected], I don't need my parents to take me. :rofl: Not that I'd ever want them to, though sexual education is a plus.