The human race, of all things, has become over-regulated so much that it puts pandas to shame. I'm talking about censorship not only in media, but everyday life. Political correctness has become a disease in the civilized world. Now while I say this, I do agree that some things are too radical, too soul-shattering to be talked about or even referenced in any society. However those instances are few and far between.
Sticks and stones have become flaccid thanks to linguistic shrapnel. Today we have to be sure to say things that walk the line so as to not offend any specific demographic. Even then, people will find a way to be made aghast by something as small as a tea kettle enough to boycott an entire company. Even worse when a CEO shares his personal beliefs and puts them into his business practices. God forbid people have their own views and opinions and are brave enough to stand up for them in the world of today.
People refuse to understand that words are just that. Words. Words mean many different things to many different people. We have acceptable insults that mean EXACTLY the same thing as curse words in most contexts, yet we can't say the four letter version. They're too crude, too harsh for the ears of these middle-aged children.
Call me ignorant, fine. Call me arrogant, congratulations. It's your right as a human being to try and insult me, to share your opinion of me and mine. But if we're all of a sudden adding a sense of entitlement to our feelings, we might as well abolish language right now and go back to hitting each other with rocks. I've been stockpiling them for years in the cave where I apparently live, with my inferior intellect and intolerance of jackassery.
Cry havoc and let slip the dogs of war.