Yeah, I know it's not necessarily a new thing. But one thing I've noticed lately is that if you have Netflix or Hulu, or any streaming service, really, almost every new show they put on there is TV-MA. I know what I'm saying sounds prudish, and that's fine. I don't mean things shouldn't ever be explored. I'm just saying that I'm seeing all the time that they're shoehorning those things into places where they don't need to be.I don't think that sex is often shown in films or tv until recently, unless it was a film exploring that like Fellini's Casanova.
But attractive female and male characters being sexualised has been one of the main promotional hooks used by creators and directors for decades.
Also remember sex is instrumental to life, so omitting reference to it seems prudish.
Which sort of programmes or films are you thinking of?
That's just my opinion. You, or anyone else, have the right to having a different opinion than mine. I just wish there was more entertainment out there that could focus on other parts of normal life. Would be nice if more new content wasn't rated for older people, other than the cheesy stuff that is only for kids. There are still families out there who want to be able to be entertained together.