Try to understand what people have been telling you over and over again...
And the perfect example, I think, is WHAT IF that billboard ad had a picture of WeaponX, covered in blood, stabbing a lab guard to death?
Think about it, that's the big sellingpoint to all fanboys, it would sell the tickets, fill the seats, make da munny...
HOWEVER, the ad execs knew that such an ad would be a criminally obscene level of violence to put on a fifty-foot tall billboard for everyone's little old grandma to see. But they couldn't even recognize an ad of choking a woman as a depiction of violence. They didn't notice that was a depiction of hurting a person.
THAT'S the misogyny, not the illegal imagery of violence itself, the not noticing when it's happening to a woman. THAT'S what made it a feminism issue: that double standard.
But of course, it's criminal to advertise with images of violence in either case, so now this demand that the law should have been ignored in this instance because it's a woman shown being hurt is a whole other level of misogyny double standards, but this time it's deliberate.
You want a second-class status for women in the enforcement of the laws? That is what has been called for.
How is that not misogyny in your eyes?