Violence is not sexy. Sex and violence are two totally different things. Let’s treat them that way for a change, and stop lumping them together.

They operate on completely separate wavelengths, and offer very different feelings. Sex is meant to be an enjoyable experience. Violence only brings pain and suffering.

It’s time to change course.

Let’s show violence as the atrocity that it truly is, and teach peaceful resolution to problems. Let’s stop normalizing body shaming and sexual phobia, and embrace the activities that feel good to us in positive, beneficial ways instead.

De-censor sex and the naked human body. Our own natural bodies are beautiful as they are. Let us freely enjoy feeling good in them without judgments.

Let’s start treating violence and other things that produce feelings of pain or discomfort, shock or horror, as inappropriate and unacceptable.

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I’ve a knack for tutorials & how-to’s, unusual perspectives that express themselves thru words, and I love writing about video games, especially wholesome ones.

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I’ve a knack for tutorials & how-to’s, unusual perspectives that express themselves thru words, and I love writing about video games, especially wholesome ones.

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