@Park, re that pic, ugh. I am so glad my SLI has good taste.
IEEs, I wonder if any of you feel like this: I hate in-your-face tasteless or raunchy pictures - the later offends me because I think the human body is beautiful and should not be made to be ugly or out to be something looked at in an ugly way. When I see that I feel like I have been hit with it.
I also hate useless senseless gore, I mean gore for its own sake. I know other types aren't annoyed by this; it does not strike them like it strikes me, so they can have a lighter reaction to it, or join in with the silly or other aspect of it, but I can't/won't. My gut reaction is too negative. Also to tasteless raunchy jokes, I hate it. Maybe because it objectifies people, women usually, and I want people to have dignity.
My SLI doesn't' take the same offense to these things that as I do, but he also doesn't make use of that stuff at all so I am glad. Unlike other types, for example, SEEs. One SEE I know, some of her favorite movies are bloody gore ones I would never watch, and she can quite comfortably join in raunch because she is not offended by it, and is comfortable with it - or at least not uncomfortable with it. Not that she is raunchy! Just that she clearly has different reactions than I do. She is just like the other SEEs I know in this respect. In contrast, the two IEEs I know best IRL I can speak for on this; and they are like me in this way. Either outright bothered or offended, or, they completely ignore it.
So I wonder how other IEEs react?
[I normally always do the same thing in the face of this: I ignore it. Because I do not want to make a judgement about the person using that stuff. So I look away and think of something else.]
P.S. The differences in reaction to raunch between SEE and IEE I see as being directly related to Erotic Attitudes. IEE is "Child-like" or "Student/Pseudo-Caregiver". We do like the gentle touch. Unlike the Erotic "Aggressor". which is the SEE type. Also SLE. Both SEEs and SLEs I know are comfortable with both raunch and gore. (And its an area my SLE son and I are definately different on!)