It is worrisome that images of a massacre can inspire loathsome revulsion and lust at the same time,
but the massacre of Muslim youngmen at
Tak Bai, Thailand, does both:
Are Thai soldiers at a massacre
pre-selected for their beauty?
Does the beauty of the soldiers,
and the beauty of their youngmen,
add something critical to the impact of this images?
For more information, see Britain mishandling of Southeast Asia leads to massacres | Mansouled Fiery Islands