In a culture that harbors the Harvey Weinsteins and Kevin Spaceys of the world, sexual assault has gained an increased awareness as of late. Too few stories, however, have highlighted not just the evil of rape, but the social values that contribute to its prevalence. Broadchurch is the exception.
If you know a recovering drug addict, you probably wouldn’t recommend watching a movie filled to the brim with people lighting up joints. But sadly, that seems to be the method that some people are approaching the pornography problem with.
Warning: This post contains discussion of mature themes.
I’ve been wanting to write about the problem of pornography in our modern day world for a while now. Why, you ask? Why here? Well, true, this is an entertainment blog. That’s exactly why it needs to be addressed here. Because pornography isn’t just on dirty websites. It’s in books. It’s in graphic novels. It’s in movies. It’s in TV shows. It’s just not called that.