Sometimes you just have to take a hard-line. Sometimes rules are rules, and you just don’t buckle on them. Sometimes, people just take things a little too seriously. Activision, the company that created the Call of Duty franchise, is taking that hard-line. What did Activision put their foot down about?

Showing that extreme violence is OK, but porn is bad, Activision quickly and awkwardly uninvited Dutch porn star, Kim Holland from an official Modern Warfare 3 launch party in Amsterdam after they discovered exactly what kind of films she stars in.

Holland has made numerous appearances on television and stars in several adult films. You may have even caught her if you have ever rented, or God forbid bought Anal Cum Bang or Sexshop Gangbang.

Activision apparently wasn’t entirely clear on who she was when they invited her to an official Modern Warfare 3 VIP party in Amsterdam later this month. Seems like she got invited not only because she’s a recognizable actress but also because she’s an actual gamer and a big fan of the Modern Warfare series. A few days after she got the invitation, she was officially un-invited.

“The American publisher of Modern Warfare 3 has indicated that they prefer no representatives of the adult entertainment industry at the party,” the message sent to Holland, apparently from Dutch television show and party host Gamekings [and obviously Google translated] says. “And so there must be some women in Britain and the Netherlands are canceled. I know, a little hypocritical, but the U.S. [is] the U.S. and I’m just the messenger.”

Holland expressed disappointment with the decision, not just because it means she won’t get the new Xbox 360 and free copy of Modern Warfare 3 that’s being given to all attendees, but because of what she sees as blatant hypocrisy on the part of Activision. It’s okay to make a video game that has players killing hundreds of people, she complained, but associating with someone from the adult film industry is “really unacceptable.”

Holland put it best when she said, “Murder is neat…but “the love-makers [are] dirty.”