Well I wasn't raised a witness but my mom wouldn't let me watch Johnny Carson, said he was too vulgar..
When I later became a witness and was on the verge of leaving after 15 years(1974) hubby and I and the teenage kids decided to go see the "Original" Texas Chainsaw Massacre" movie. Back then it was said to be based on a true story.
Well I thought we could handle it and there weren't too many shows to pick from. We got about a third of the way in and the violence started. Too me after being in the JW religion for so long was shocked. Just the thought that someone actually could do that to another human being was terrible in my mind and I told hubby I wanted to leave..(He had been raised a JW but wan't strong back then). He laughed and said No.
I told them I wasn't staying to watch such a sickening thing and ran out of the theatre, thinking they would all follow me. Nope..I sat in the car and waited for the show to be over, when people started coming out I locked the doors thinking anyone that could get enjoyment from watching someone get hacked up had to be crazy. Especially since there supposedly really was such a looney person that did that!
We drove home in silence. I still think that the idea that people are so used to seeing that sort of thing is sad. They go to any extreme they can just for a "High".
Funny, I still like murder mysteries though... Just not the ones where they get hacked into little pieces and not the ones based on actual facts. Just the Colonel Mustards did it in the library type..