Love Shouldn't Hurt

Recently, due to an unfortunate incident between Chris Brown and Rhianna the subject of Domestic Violence has been getitng more attention in mainstream media. The judge announced a plea bargain for Chris Brown yesterday - causing a media frenzy and open discussion on blogs, websites, and even some radio shows..

Today, is charity Tuesday on Twitter and I am happy to share that Alpha Chi Omegas across the country are generating much needed buzz and awareness regarding Domestic Violence. Todays Topic:

Is Keira Knightley's short film Cut too violent for TV?

Women’s Aid and Grey London created a domestic violence awareness campaign, the centerpiece of which is a 2-minute long short film starring actor Keira Knightley (Pirates of the Caribbean, Atonement) and directed by Joe Wright (Atonement, The Soloist). The video, launched April 2, 2009, was intended to run on television and in movie theatres. By the end of the month British television had banned it for being "too shocking."

I invite you to watch the video

and then vote in the poll by clicking here

Do you agree with the censors? Please comment below as well! Thank you!


  1. I think it's definitely brutally honest, but it gets the message across & it definitely sticks in your mind. I think sometimes shock is an important aspect in getting the message across especially when it comes to something like domestic violence. This makes an impact, which is what it is supposed to do!