Below is a picture of 'no hands clapping' Brie Larson alongside Oscar winner, Casey Affleck (accused of having his hands being overly active.)
(notice Brie's non-clapping hands)
So, my question is: If true, what will you do with your SassyBottoms pictures? Continue appreciating them, or deleting or burning them in a pyre of disgust?
The idea of a person being affected by their secret behavior is rampant in this age of social media...........where a lion-killing dentist can't safely return to his office, or where no one feels like watching re-runs of The Cosby Show. And yet, like all things in our society, there is no even application of this standard. ( The people who voted for Trump STILL support him, no matter what he says or does.) Hell, I know plenty of people who won't watch Tom Cruise movies because "he's such a jerk!" I always reply, "I wouldn't want to hang out with the guy, just like I wouldn't want to hang out with most 'stars', but name one movie he was bad in. Not a bad movie he was in, but a role that he botched." No one can ever name one. (but....yeah, he DOES seem to be an asshole.)
So is the application of disgust over behavior truly basic moral outrage, or is it tempered by something much more selfish? OR is the dismissal of accomplishment by someone seemingly guilty of improper or criminal behavior silly? If we found out that da Vinci had murdered a rival, would we burn the Mona Lisa? Should we?
What are YOUR thoughts?