Which things, though? Most people aren't offended by pirate costumes, she hasn't audibly said anything inappropriate, and I'm assuming she didn't stand in the middle of the restaurant with her boobs out while she took pictures. From the POV of any other customer, she just batted her eyes at Gary a couple of times and later said something about bending over. I don't think anyone else could see her from that angle, it was just Gary and the wall. This stuff is risky, but I don't think it's in "Haha, behold my kinks, normals!" territory.Eris Lobo wrote:Nope, it wouldn't be appropriate. That would be called "vanilla violation." And even though Sonya may be acting according to her own sexual morals by what she's doing to Gary and Kiley, she's violating their rights (and the rights of other customers) to be able to enjoy having a meal at a public establishment in the knowledge that they won't be visually or verbally accosted by things that don't fit their own desires or morals.
As for Gary's desires and morals, Gary's her sometime partner, and in Sonya's mind he's a sexual warlord who's shown up explicitly to flaunt a willing Kiley at her. I think Sonya believes this is just the public phase of the sex contest. This belief is stupid, but if it were true, Gary and Kiley have no vanilla to violate.