This may or may not have a place in this spot on the forum, and if it doesn't, I apologize.
Today I was at an Alano Club in my area waiting for a meeting to start, and there was a group of probably 5 men sitting at the table where I was and they started talking about all the dirty, nasty pictures that they send to each other on their phones. They were laughing, talking quite loudly and descriptively, mostly about the women in the pictures. I started feeling quite uncomfortable, and one of my character defects is not being honest about how I feel, and bottling it up-trying to keep the peace. I am at a place in my recovery where stuff like that doesn't have a place in my life anymore. Things like that didn't used to bother me.....I never thought twice about it before I really started working on me. I feel like stuff like that shouldn't be openly discussed in a room full other people, especially in a place where children can be.
So me being who I am,(just "learning" to express how I really feel) said out loud to the group "Well, you are what you eat" and held up the book that I was reading titled "Drop the Rock" (which is a wonderful book on the 6th and 7th steps) and showed it to them, and walked out the door. I don't like being around that "stuff" anymore.
What is really sad, is that I know all of them to some extent, and one of the guys is sponsoring two of the other individuals that was there. He looked at me and tried to justify it all, saying that it was one of his sponsees fault.
What should I have done differently? Was I in the wrong for getting upset about what I was hearing, and saying something about it? The guy who is sponsoring the other two told me later that I had no reason to get upset like I did.
What would you have done if you were in the same position?