You can keep saying things like that, but it's really not a compelling argument. It doesn't really make you look any better either.
The point was that if what I'm doing is causing you some sort of harm, then I certainly don't want that. But if you're trying to take a moral stance in a game literally -based around an entirely different moral code- that is also -incredibly entrenched in deep roleplay-, then I don't really entertain the idea. That's your OOC coming into the IC. I don't care if the IC world offends you. Because it should. It's got pretty much everything that we, in real life standards, consider dastardly, terrible things that make for a shitty human being. But that's the societal standard of zalanthas. It's to the point that it takes an adjustment period for most people when they join the game.
It's like you step into a D&D campaign where you walk through a side-village of slaves and you suddenly make the entire campaign about freeing them because slavery is evil and shouldn't be tolerated. Sure, you're right...for real life. But this is a fantasy world, and this is a setting, and this is a roleplaying game. I talk about triggering because that is the case where there is actual harm coming to someone. This feels like the equivalent of someone going into a comedy club and having a guy start using a lot of racist jokes, and you decide you have to go and heckle his routine when the concept of freedom of choice is that you can leave at any point. You don't have to make it your personal mission to make everyone behave the way you think you ought to behave. You're choosing to. Which is your choice. But going on to attack the character of said person because they have a different perception (or rather, the same perception, but purposely dispelling it for the sake of a dystopian setting) is pretty low. And yet that seems to be a recurring theme to your posts in particular, Jingo. You -love- trying to insert an all out attack on character of the people who aren't ardent in bringing real life feelings into the game. It's to the point that I'm likely going to start using that report to moderator button that I have literally not used in 15 years of being active on the GDB.
Some people intentionally like maintaining the non-friendly, gritty, mean atmosphere where you -know- that not everyone is going to be kind-hearted and consider your feelings. It's not them attacking you OOC as a player. It's not even their belief OOC. But you seem to hone in on it as if it is. The rules of Armageddon were set up in such a way to actually promote that this is the case; there's a reason they were worded the way they are. It's a game that is meant to be intentionally -not nice-. And if you can't separate that IC world from your OOC feelings, I think you may be allowing yourself to be a little too sensitive to it.
Or perhaps we can all stop pretending that it's a line we're allowed to cross. Fighting for your right to tell someone you'll skullfuck them just makes you look like a basement dwelling shitnugget.
I'm curious where this line exists. Not as in where do you cross it, but as in what standard of judgment are you using? Is it an OOC moral authority, or an IC one, as far as dictating IC actions and societal standard? As I said...I'm not pushing for people to be psychologically harmed through playing the game. But you're pretty much saying that creating any sort of dystopian roleplay is completely unacceptable if it contains <this>, <this>, or <this>, because we know in real life that those things are wrong.
Edit: And it should be noted...I'm not even one of the people who goes around trying to sexualize female pc's in the game. I, for the most part, play very solitary pcs. It takes some work to get them into familiarity. But I will say crude things, untargeted. But that doesn't mean I'm rallying to this idea that sexualized behavior is some sort of harsh injustice. I think I've been pretty clear in that if something is making you altogether uncomfortable, there's nothing wrong with oocing to set up those boundaries. But making the blanket ruling is neither prudent nor necessary. And talking down on others from some sort of moral high horse in a dystopian roleplaying game is a strange sort of effort to make.