“Adult content” warning needed

 

 

 

Partner Susan and myself agree that “adult content” material should be labelled as such and the reader should be allowed to make up his/her mind as to the reading of the article posted. We are not the morality police. Make your own decision. – gc

Nan's Farm

“It’s now very common to hear people say, ‘I’m rather offended by that.’ As if that gives them certain rights. It’s actually nothing more… than a whine. ‘I find that offensive.’ It has no meaning; it has no purpose; it has no reason to be respected as a phrase. ‘I am offended by that.’ – Stephen Fry

This Saturday the Weekly Prompts Weekend Challenge from partner GC and me isPedestrian.

sexy girl silhouetteThe dictionary defines the word Pedestrian as someone disenchanted with their pedestrian lives – boring, tedious, dull.

There was nothing dull or tedious about the young lady who this week chose to write an erotic response to one of our Weekly Prompts challenges – Sunshine Yellow ☀️

The young lady’s response to the challenge prompted me to write today’s post and leave the planned article sitting in the draft folder

I didn’t mention it to GC,  I spared…

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10 comments

  1. Here in Blighty the BBFC (the film censors) started to give reasons for particular ratings, eg 12, contains one use of strong language and medical gore. I think it is a good idea because different people are sensitive to different things and a hint is useful

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    • A warning gives people the opportunity to decide for themselves wat their course of action will be. I am allergic to scallops. If I am at a restaurant that places this item in my platter without my knowing then I am in big medical trouble. Warnings are NOT restrictions. They merely advise and warn people of what lay ahead. Thank you for your comment. Much appreciated.

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