The only solution that can be considered to be ethical is to limit the exposure of the terrible images to the public. At the same time without the regulations and control, it would be almost impossible to achieve these goals because people have different views and attitudes that are aimed at improving the overall situation and thus create growth among the population. The images are the ones that have contributed to the horror that people are experiencing and it is rhetorical that they are still released to the public. “You, Sir, call them “horror and disgust.” We also call them horror and disgust”. It is an indicator that each person is not pleased with the content that is put across in the media, especially from the pictures that show the horrible tragedies and the encounters that the people had to go through during the times of war.Sontag does not agree so much with the position of Woolf, who she thinks that she has taken a feminist position and she thinks it is not comprehensive enough. Sontag uses the term we to demonstrate that if we consider the challenges of their people as well as their pain, then it would be quick to understand the measures that should be out in place to improve how we relate with one another in the community. At the moment there is no need as to why people should take the pain of others for granted and yet they can use it as a way to improve the overall well being of the rest in the community. According to Sontag the distinction that should be made will arise if people are granted to the subject of looking into the pain of others. In conclusion Sontag explains that there should be a distinction that should be made between the women and men based on the reactions of portrayal which should be used to improve the perception of the people and also ensure that they increase the reality among the society by observing and responding to the images that arise as a result of war.