When did Breasts Become More Offensive than Death and Destruction? (Thank You Religion)

According to the MPAA website only “intense or persistent violence” warrants an R rated movie. So in theory, every movie accurately made about war  MUST be rated R. Yet, Hotel Rwanda only received a PG-13 rating.

This is Rwanda

Now it seems that there is a nip-slip in the Superbowl Halftime show the World stops turning. These are the “ethics” that children are indoctrinated with as soon as they can speak. Why is this acceptable in today’s culture?



One Response to When did Breasts Become More Offensive than Death and Destruction? (Thank You Religion)

  1. carinaragno says:

    By: Lady Danu

    Once upon a time, way before the concept of Religion was introduced to this planet, honoring of sexual energy as life force was an integral aspect of humanness. North, South, East and West in all corners of the world , the peoples of this vast place called Earth celebrated the body and primarily the genitals as a vehicle that transported them along the road to enlightenment. Ceremony, celebration and awareness surrounding the Sacred Union of Divine Feminine and Divine Masculine, was reverently and regularly practiced within the philosophies of world wide indigenous spirituality. This collection of philosophies and practices are identified in Western Culture as “Sacred Sensuality.”

    Over the course of centuries, humankind has taken the sacredness from the sensual and placed around our sexual energy a dark cloud laced with repression and shame. The Sacred Union has been demoted to a “sex act” which one confines to an activity between the navel and the knees. The open and free celebration of Spirit and Nature bearing fruits of the on going love affair between Divine Feminine and Divine Masculine has been restructured into a collection of patriarchal dogmas which render the feminine subordinate to male deities.

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