posted on Jul, 12 2008 @ 08:52 PM
Originally posted by screamo
Is my avatar considered dark?
I'd wager that for 85-95% of all adults in our culture, that would be considered dark in some sense. Probably a higher percentage of women.
It's not as though one is screaming in that avatar over winning the megabucks lottery or in the midst of their most intense orgasm ever.
But I suspect you knew that already.
What was your objective with the avatar?
What feelings did you HOPE to elicit in the viewers?
What responses did you hope for?
What aspect of your life experiences most resonate with the image?
What do you feel most like screaming against?
What do you feel most like screamng for?
Who do you feel most like screaming against?
Who do you feel most like screaming for?
My question, OP, is why would you send 6 boys and 6 girls (in any grade) down a dark hallway with a sharp turn? Lemme cut to the chase, promoting
teenage pregnancy is wrong, simply wrong
Naw, of course, it was just a thought experiment to try and get folks to picture a situation where their avatar characters would be met full force by
surprise in a slightly dark hemmed in situation . . . and then to imagine the results.
No youth were unvirginized in that thought experiment! LOL.
. . . at least . . . not in MY thoughts!