This lady’s message:

We are more offended by sexual content, even fictional, than by video content showing actual killings.

And she’s right.

Immediately after sharing this on Facebook someone had to comment that she should not use a ‘vile’ word such as pussy to state her case…

What is ‘vile’ about it? It’s just a word.

Vile is the US’s totally futile attempt to attack an air base in Syria. Vile is the US bombing the bunkers its own CIA built in Afghanistan.

Vile is factory workers making 40 dollars per month to make sneakers that sell for 200 dollars a pair in the west.

Vile is 6,000 children dying EVERY DAY because of a lack of proper sanitation and clean water supplies.

Vile is a culture that has absolutely no problem with movies depicting extremely violent scenes, but makes it very hard for movie makers to depict scenes in which a man performs cunnilingus on a woman. (Really, a movie gets a ‘tougher’ rating if it shows a guy licking a woman’s pussy).

Remember nipplegate? See: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Super_Bowl_XXXVIII_halftime-show_controversy

Our western culture cries outrage at the sight of a nipple, but if you watch four hours of regular television how many gun fights will you see, how many murders, how many acts of violence?

The lady is right, we are more ok with pain than with pussy.

And that strikes me as something we should change.