John, I don't disagree with your position on censorship as regards to language, per se - but the wholemeal, throw-the-baby-out-with-the-bathwater approach does not allow, to my mind, for the acknowledgement of real changes that have taken place in the way people treat each other based on sensitivity about language. I'm just saying it's a bit more complicated than PC telling people who can't think how they should think...to offer an example; I have a friend who drives a convertable. Since Thelma and Louise came out, truckers have stopped bothering her. Maybe they don't think any different thoughts, but they know that their behavior is offensive. I am one of those recent college graduates who still believe that artists have a responsiblity to aim their arrows carefully, and with skill. Is the character in your film calling his partner a 'dyke' serving some artistic purpose, or is it aimed at a laugh/shock for entertainment's sake?