The Fart Of Fiction, No. 4
Farting is rude. While it remains a crude form of communication in some modern cultures, farting isn't socially acceptable.
While believing farting is only enjoyed in private by an individual, it can be compared to reading. Reading is enjoyed alone for intimate moments during private time. But don't overlook the role of film in the public eye. The Silence of the Lambs is a classic movie demonstrating the power of the female role. We see things from Clarice's perspective and can learn feminine power.
But if one is alone writing, one is going to fart and write unrelatable characters and antagonize the page with antagonists. When writing the anti-hero and likable scoundrel protagonist, show self-awareness and maybe give him a pet. Sometimes he's a character who we want to be good. The third level of emotion ties into our childhood and what we’re afraid of in the subconscious.
What happens when ordinary people change their names for the sake of art and a new identity?