On the scale of Violence against Women scale, western media depictions are at the bottom. Violence against men doesn't rate a mention because we're only getting what we evil creatures deserve... or maybe it's a conspiracy by them to take over the marketplace.
That hasn't stopped it from being an issue that some grab onto for their own reasons and this is why it's practically disappeared from the mainstream media. Haven't heard anyone mention here mention the TV series "Machines of Malice" which is playing on the Discovery Channel up here.
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In some small part, it is the result of media depictions of violence of all types that provoke thought and intelligent discussion which brings about a change in attitude in general society.
To paraphrase Sam Peckinpah when asked why he made his movie violence so real...
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This was supposed to prolong her suffering, which it did to some extent, but it still only took 18 minutes for the flames to fully engulf her.
My sissy, (couldn't find a better name), enjoys my 2" jelly dildo up her/him so much that sissy is topping from the bottom. When I was younger I tried it myself but always choked.
Greetings: Thanks to Scribbler for the clarification about Nicole's testimony. Violence against women, indeed violence period, around the world is a real issue but in the in the more educated parts of the world, women have gained a respect and power that is unprecedented in human history.
It's quite well done and shows that some of the historical methods perhaps weren't as effective for torture as recorded.
They even have the cute Michelle Boyd as one of the scientists.
Unless people know what real violence looks and feels like, things will never change.