sorry-girls

Super interesting article. Who decides what is inappropriate? Why?

It’s interesting because it’s not like either circumstance or situation is about exposing a beautiful or deep experience, more just something tantalizing and arousing; such a superficial take on something that could be so moving and meaningful: raw and honest.

I find our exploitation of sex to be one of the most disturbing things we do. How can we not see the link between this kind of stuff and issues of human trafficking? If we are using sex to exploit and sell toilet paper with the ultimate goal to make a pile of cash, then what’s the difference other than appearance and the stories we use to justify?

OK. Off my soap box now.

xo,

a

Add yours Comments – 3

  • LanceN

    on October 24, 2013 at 5:38 pm

    I have thought for a long time that there is a moral Decline and Fall going on in the United States and probably other countries. Sex, violence, other moral issues seem to be an addiction with entertainment media and even news. Many seem to want more and higher levels of these things every year in their entertainment and the industry is feeding them more and more. This is sad and really horrible to me. Many are becoming more callous to other human beings and more jaded when it comes to love and other positive emotions. The only thing I know to do is to be as polite and caring as I can and turn the bad TV and internet stuff off.

  • Beth

    on November 27, 2013 at 5:04 am

    I can understand both sides of this debate for a number of different reasons.

  • rickytickytavvy

    on December 25, 2013 at 1:03 pm

    Merry Christmas and happy new year! 🙂 god bless you!