I’m sort of done with his work. He has a couple of strong designs - the Pigalles being some of my favorites - but his more recent work his nothing but tacky. I’ve to admit I wouldn’t mind a pair of Mikarani loafers though, but the price tag is quite intense.
Well those who do get oh so offended feel that way because of the misogyny and violence against women involved in the production of pornography. Also, it fortifies the idea of a heteronormative society in the minds of the youth that are undoubtedly watching it.
HAHAHAHA HERE HELL COMES! First of all, let me remind you that the question was “is it okay to watch porn”; not “what are your views on pornography”. Consequently, my answer concerned the moral judgement that some have regarding the action of watching porn. Mind you, their opinion is more often based on religious values than on gender equality reflections.
Finally, while I agree that straight porn encourages misogyny and can lead to normalize violent behaviours against women; I don’t think it participates in building a heteronormative society in the minds of young people. There are different categories of pornography in order to arrouse different categories of people. It would be quite impossible (and clearly unwanted) to mix it all up together in order to reflect the multiple options that one can have.
It is ok to watch pornography do you believe? In regard to moral and society and pop' culture
Such an unexpected question! Well, I don’t think there is anything wrong with watching porn as long as it doesn’t turn into an addiction. Every person who gets oh so offended regarding that subject is either a prude or a hypocrite. Indeed, there is nothing immoral with using an audiovisual medium in order to reach orgasm; and those who pretend the opposite must be one of those narrow-minded persons with very limited views on multiple societal matters.
“Even if you are rich, you still have the right to your ideas. When I was involved with politics, I never wore jeans. On protests, I would dress in Yves Saint Laurent. I have always lived with this kind of contradiction.”—Miuccia Prada, The Telegraph (2009)