@ChgoReason: @ChgoReason: There is a market for porn, as demonstrated by purchasing power — why aren’t Hollywood movies pornographic? The idea that Hollywood execs are just responding to purchasing power is ridiculous — I worked at Warner Brothers for a time. They have their own tastes, fears, and prejudices and that influences what gets made and who gets to appear in them.
You underestimate the influence of cultural product on trends, tastes, conditioning, and societal evolution. You should read up on all of the above, then you might be able to understand complex ideas.
@scotshot: And I’d explain to you why apathy towards under representation accomplishes nothing and is thus irrelevant, but why bother? I’ll suggest you take your own advice: not every comment is going to be to your liking, so if you don’t like it, then by your logic, type something else into your address bar. The discussion here is rational; you’re the only one melodramatically sqwaking about hissy fits and screaming matches in a (failed) attempt to shutdown discourse you don’t want to heart. But that’s your own personal problem.
@Cam: Nail, meet head.