Does that mean we dislike nudity but love violence as a society?
- Yes that is wrong79%(19)63%(26)Vote41%(7)
- No, thats not wrong0%(0)17%(7)Vote41%(7)
- I just don't care21%(5)20%(8)Vote18%(3)
Most Helpful Girl
Definitely. We're messed up when we consider nudity and sex to be more offensive and harmful than violence. Nudity shouldn't be seen as inherently sexual; a naked body is just someone's body, automatically sexualising it kind of objectifies the person. But also sex shouldn't be so taboo; it's messed up that we associate sex with violence and shame rather than love and respect. Things like rape scenes being able to get lower age ratings than scenes showing women receiving sexual pleasure especially upset me.1
Most Helpful Guy
I agree with you that it's hypocritical of our society to treat gratuitous violence as more acceptable for young people than the human body. It's really messed up. Europeans are so much more advanced than we are in the U. S. when it comes to acceptance of the human body.0