>>251309>Should artistic works with specific executions be illegal…
No. In my personal opinion no, that would stagnate the industry. Too much worry about the law making the process take even more time, and money. With the inevitability of being abused to censor anyone, much like how it is now.
You write something that (((they))) disagree with, then who knows what happens to you.>1) We'd have better cartoons depending on what standards are set
The standards would meet the bare minimum of what is required of it.
Creative innovations would grind to a hault.
An awards ceremony is still able to be abused, but doesn't have the power to remove anything the current masters disagree with. (One day even if we do implement such a think, death still looms over each and everyone of us. Some fucker out there will attempt to overtake the well intentioned operation.)
An award for being absolutely shit in specific categories would be fine. Letting the public know something is utterly trash (I'm thinking Darwin awards). That should be self evident, but with advanced warning.
That would spoil the creative work which could be a problem. Such as an opposing creative could have the awards bribed to effect sales ect.
I do believe that all messages in all mediums should be carefully constructed to actually know what messages they are creating, and if those messages negatively impact society.
The Glow niggers know about creating such a thing.Post too long. Click here to view the full text.