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It is fine for Rihanna to be naked as a habit and to writhe about and sing about whips and stuff but at the same time our country has not yet deemed it acceptable for two loving committed people to be legal married just because when they go to bed they happen to have the same parts.
There is a documentary called 'This Film is not yet Rated', if it is the one i am thinking about it shows some of the hypocrisy that is prevalent when it comes to censorship regarding sex scenes between man and woman and same sex couples.
In a rare and refreshing reversal of roles, filmmakers put the powerful Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA for short) under the microscope for inspection in Academy Award-nominated director Kirby Dick's incisive look at stateside cinema's most notorious non-censoring censors. Compelled by the staggering amount of power that the MPAA ratings board wields, the filmmaker seeks out the true identities of the anonymous elite who control what films make it to the multiplex. He even goes so far as to hire a private investigator to stake out MPAA headquarters and expose Hollywood's best-kept secret. Along the way, Dick speaks with numerous filmmakers whose careers have been affected by the seemingly random and sexual-content obsessed judgments of the MPAA, including John Waters, Mary Harron, 'Darren Aranofsky', Wayne Kramer, Kevin Smith, Matt Stone, and Atom Egoyan.