Curse Words: The Pros And Cons Of Cursing

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So, instead of just siding with one, why not combine them? After all, every human is a mixture of combination. Everyone is impacted by their environment. This being the case, those of a lower class are normally the ones with less intellectual knowledge. As a result, they have "disease of the vocabulary" ("SWEAR" 609). Where as someone of the higher class will have access to more resources and can choose when to use swear word to emphasis a point. Hayes’ article states that cursing is thought to be helpful in expressing strong emotion, in succinctly making a point, and in helping people to bond. Psycholinguists report that some curse words communicate emotion far better than non-curse words. Further, some argue that curse words can be beneficial to those who are trying to communicate a point. Cursing is persuasive! It demands the listener’s attention. Lileks adds…show more content…
Innocent actions such as hugging, hand-holding, and kissing are acceptable to be portrayed by Christian actors. Because there is a separation between the character and the actor. Sometimes, however, Christian actors can become too involved in the fictional relationship. To prevent the fictional relationship from becoming too real, the Christian actors should choose alternative methods of expressing intimacy. Instead of a real kiss, the Christian actors can participate in a stage kiss, which is a fake kiss. Additionally, the Christian actors can work with the director to rework a scene to accommodate the Christian actors’ beliefs and personal convictions. In the movie Fireproof, the script called for Kirk Cameron to kiss his movie wife; but, Cameron refuses to kiss any woman other than his actual wife. “To get around the conflict, the filmmakers employed a bit of movie magic, Cameron explained. They dressed his wife, actress Chelsea Noble, like the movie’s female lead and shot the scene in silhouette”
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