I think they've got a point, Shawn. You should put the rape stuff on the disclaimer. That being said, as someone who loves horror with a passion, I really liked finding out who the monsters were. God knows there're enough vampires, zombies, and dragons on this site to last me three lifetimes. I'm not saying they're lame; I've been a fan of zombies since I watched Night of the Living Dead (the 1990 version), and you can't go wrong with vamps... for the most part. But, fucking a, watching this kind of antagonists was refreshing. And horrifying.
I'm almost 27 years old, I'm a lefty, a bisexual feminist, I live in a third world country, I've seen enough douchebaggery being thrown my way or the way people I love to grow a thick skin. So my opinion? advice?: Dude, put all the shit you want in your story. Monsters handles heavy themes. People are going to get weird out because of the sex, because of racial discrimination, because it's about bonding with killers, because of everything, so be ready for that (and all the disclaimers that come along with that). But if it means anything, I think it's great a story in this format is being worked on. I've watched enough horror movies to break a guinness record ("Person who has watched the most puppets eating a human face"), I've read enough King, Poe, Lovecraft, and Barker to close my eyes and keep seeing their words burned into my eyelids. So believe me when I say, Monsters is real good.
ps. @Ponku I'm not saying go grow a thicker skin. Everyone has stuff that set them off, because we all have had different experiences, that's perfectly fine.
ps 2. What about dragons? Fuck dragons, there, I say it.