More Gore, Please
The population is not a victim of its entertainment; the entertainment is a victim of its population. The growth of obscene material is simply representative of what the population as a whole desires to experience. As time has progressed into the twenty-first century, the conservative morés that were established in the religious hegemony of the Middle Ages have slowly disintegrated, and a return to the primal instinct of hedonistic values such as blood and gore has occurred. Such blatant disrespect for aged principles, such as not to cuss, has arisen in as little a time span as one generation. As Professor Kuykendall stated (not in exact words), "Students in this very class use the F-word so frequently. If I used the F-word when I was a youth I would have gotten beaten" (Kuykendall 1)!
With moral degradation as the flagship of the new wave of entertainment and moral degradation being the target of censorship, there exists a definite quagmire. With entertainment surely not acting as the forfeit it leaves censorship to be left behind. Obviously an antiquated memorial of man's highly religious and oppressive past, censorship has lived its due life and should be retired along side slavery and fascism.
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