Thus, the generation that in the 1950s was dismissed as Elvis-loving, hot-rod-building, gum-chewing, hog-riding, leather-wearing, juvenile-delinquent barbarians eventually achieved a mature respectability in which the artifacts of their vulgarity
became sought-after nostalgia, and even a beloved part of the common cultural heritage.
According to The Nation, the APC said that immediate steps should be taken to stop the promotion of vulgarity
, as it is a violation of the Constitution, adding that the Pakistan Electronic Media Regularity Authority (PEMRA) should ensure complete implementation of the code of ethics and initiate stern action against those that violate it.
Rosenblum continues to prove with his art-historically informed eclecticism that there really is such a thing as a connoisseurship of bad taste, an epicureanism of vulgarity
He strongly reacted to the claim of former Chief of Jama'at-e-lslami, Qazi Hussain Ahmed, as appeared in some sections of the press who had alleged that the PEMRA was hapless in curbing indecency and vulgarity
in electronic media.
He appealed to the people to join hands with JI in its struggle to eliminate nudity and vulgarity
Biker chicks appear topless or moon the camera; beer-bong drinkers and cheap do-it-yourself furniture degrade the "less is more" interiors with signifiers of excess and vulgarity
Canary Wharf is architecture parlante at its most foul mouthed, yet its vulgarity
should not be so surprising since it is the outcome of architecture viewed exclusively as an economic transaction.
Irving as the King, All in the Family's Jean Stapleton was anything but a "dingbat" as the Stepmother, frazzled but the vulgarity
of her odious daughters, portrayed by Alix Korey and Jeanette Palmer.
The meeting was convened to discuss the efforts being made by the Provincial Government of Punjab to stop vulgarity
in the stage dramas and certain steps should be taken for the promotion of culture in the Province.
The residents demonstrated against the liberty of vulgarity
Perhaps the time period in which it's set, at the start of the '60s, allows moral issues to be set in sharper relief, as authors are freed of the need to include contemporary drugs, cynicism and the omnipresent vulgarity
in language and culture.
I had attributed the mondo primitivo vulgarity
of his oil paintings, their pervasive miasma of abject swank, to the depredations of '80s taste and credited Clemente himself with the charm and vivacity of the gouaches and watercolors, whose impudent and undisguised nostalgia for a deco beau monde seemed at the time like a manicured finger in the eye of squinting propriety.
I am making an appeal to all the parents to keep their children at home; we will not tolerate any kind of vulgarity
in Jammu," he added.