no-everyone has the opportunity to pick and choose.
It depends on the media you are following, I avoid those with sex and violence
Yes, there is. But the culture has tended to want it. We haven't begun to deal with the effects it is having on us--especially our youth as they grow into adulthood.
I believe there is excessively crass and idiotic, gratuitous, unrealistic sex and violence in the media, which is long past being shocking, and continues to "divorce us from reality" as Harlan Ellison put it. Those who can objectify the base, profit-seeking motive of those wanting to entrance and enrapture new, young, hip cell phone and car buyers can lead happy, productive lives largely free from aberrational psyches and Barbie and Ken lives. Those who can't end up broke, stupid, angry, enslaved in a cubicle, etc., or just blissfully, bleach-blondedly ignorant. Real sex and violence that has true purpose, like the overthrow of tyrants or human expressions of ultimately harmless love and desire continue to be the province of the bedroom dreamer and marginalized Romantic, and should have better outlets in the media (especially on TV).
Nope, not at all; but if there are no more Megan Fox and zombie movies I will definetely say yes.
It is a changing world and those are very prominant things in todays world. I would have to say no.
I think excessive is an understatemnet.
Yes. We wring our hands over the increase in violence and sex in younger people and at the same time use it as "entertainment". Minds are trained by repeated exposure to ideas, information, actions. When people (especially young people) are bombarded with these ideas and images, or worse repeatedly rewarded for taking instant, violent action in a game setting, we shouldn't be surprise by those same ideas and actions increasing in the real world.
Not really and even if there was too much of it, who really watches it?
maybe, but I think we need more.
yes , but it what people wants and buy ! that's tell you something about humankind !???
yes, one can hardly watch the film anymore, for the antics IN the theatre.