Where's the outrage over the new movie "Let's Go to Prison"? In case you are not familiar with it, this is a comedy that uses prison rape as an ongoing joke. However, because it focuses on male prisoners being raped by other inmates, people see it as somehow funny. Strangely, though, we would likely not feel that way about a movie that humorously treated other forms of rape. How's that for conventional foolishness?
Let's suppose someone tried to release a movie that poked fun at women being raped. Do you think it would ever see the light of a theater screen? Probably not. Even the idea of a movie like that would create such an outrage that it would shame its would-be producers into cancelling their plans for making it in the first place.
What about a movie that used child rape as the butt of a joke? For one thing, it would likely be illegal if it used real kids. But even a perfectly legal movie of this genre would almost assuredly meet the same fate as a movie making light of adult female rape.
As I've said many times before, I don't believe in censorship. Therefore, I wouldn't want to be part of any effort to hinder the making or release of any movie, regardless of its content or point of view -- even if it happens to glorify something like child rape, white slavery, or radical Islam. If I don't think I will like a given movie, I won't see it. That's the libertarian way. However, I just wish others would be as consistent as I.