His reaction made me think. The film is aggressively shocking and it forces you to be 'in' or 'out'. I felt that it's brilliance justified its style a million times over so I was in. But on reflection I'm not sure you can be 'in' if you are a woman without a bit of discomfort.
Kuso is seductive. You want to be down with it, you want to celebrate it like it's celebrating itself. But then you find you are posting 1970s pornography up on your website...
This is problematic. It doesn't make the film less brilliant, but I'm not going to press it upon my girlfriends. They can find their own way to it if they are want to see it.
I've also removed the trailer, but here is Flying Lotus in his own words and it's pretty unmissable. No beavers either.