What Will Loor Disallow?
There has been quite a debate raging on our Facebook group about whether or not we are going to allow kissing between non-married actors on Loor.tv. I’ll get to the answer in a moment, but first I want to lay out the sides. One side believes that actors are acting, and therefore are not actually being intimate, just like the kid playing a bully isn't actually being nasty to the scrawny kid he shoves for the camera. They believe that actors, directors, and producers should work out their own convictions on the issue, but that there is freedom to put the act into movies and television.
The other side argues that kissing is an intimate act and ought not to be shared by anyone not married. The act itself is adultery or fornication outside of marriage and watching people kiss that are not married is to partake in their debauchery. We are only allowed to watch this most intimate of acts if the actors are married to one another.
Is Loor is going to allow it? The people want to know!
Loor.tv is a streaming service that is built by you. The subscribers will decide what Loor will fund. That is our answer. If you only want to watch married people kiss, then only fund creators that share your conviction. You decide what your subscription money funds.
At Loor, there will be no nudity allowed on the platform. But it is a platform built by you. It is designed to give creators the freedom that Hollywood elites refuse to give. It is a platform designed to allow creators to serve their audience rather than an agenda. It is designed to create a space for a storytelling contest in which the Best Story wins.
The cancel mob of the left is always asking why their pet topic is left out of movies and television. The creator of Hamilton was even accused of a melanin shortage in his newest movie. Making decisions based solely on what you don’t want is just as much of an ugly trap as making decisions based on what must be included. Weeding is not an end in and of itself. It must serve the fruitfulness of the garden.
Join us at Loor.tv and build yourself a streaming service by funding the stories you want to see.
May the best story win!
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