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    Here's one of the James Bond scenes they've been squawking about

    Nowadays, you could never do a scene like this. The feminist complaint is that he forces a kiss on her. There's no consent. However, back when this scene was filmed (1965), this was a humorous scene, and she ended up being into him after all, and slept with him. The thing that they don't get is these films are deliberately unrealistic, and that's what makes them fun. Just before this scene, some bad guys were after Bond, and he escaped by flying away with a jet pack. Then he drove away in a special car and they chased him, and his car was able to shoot out an oil slick that made it impossible for them to follow.

    That's all shit that's totally unrealistic and you would be a complete idiot if you thought you could try it. You can't fly off in a jet pack, and you can't spew an oil slick onto the road, and you can't grab the cute nurse at the doctor's office and kiss her if you feel like it. Only a total imbecile would try any of that stuff. So along comes the Woke Mind Police to tell us not to just grab some cute nurse and kiss her. DUH! Notice they don't make any comments about the jet pack or the oil slick. That's because if they said, "Don't try to fly off in a jet pack," they would sound like morons. But they can get away with the dumb-ass comment not to just grab a woman and kiss her because of the whole metoo spazz.

    No one was stupid enough to think he can just grab anyone he wants and force a kiss on her. This deliberately unrealistic movie never made a single man do that. But feminists will throw a fit over it anyway because they're a bunch of humorless whiners who are too stupid to understand the film.

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    Re: Here's one of the James Bond scenes they've been squawking about

    Also note how the woman is pretty tough, she pushes him away, scolds him and makes it clear it won't be happening. She deals with it there and then, no reports, no twitter rants, no victim playing. Women in those old films were actually far tougher than women in modern films.

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    Re: Here's one of the James Bond scenes they've been squawking about

    Quote Originally Posted by Kryptic View Post
    Also note how the woman is pretty tough, she pushes him away, scolds him and makes it clear it won't be happening. She deals with it there and then, no reports, no twitter rants, no victim playing. Women in those old films were actually far tougher than women in modern films.
    That's a great point. If some dude came onto a woman, but she didn't want it, she would just shove him away and say something like, "Don't get fresh, buster." End of story. It's the point French actress Catherine Deneuve made when the whole metoo crap started. Catherine Deneuve was one of the sexiest women in the world in her day. Most women today can't hold a candle to her. She took some flak from feminists when she told women to just be tough and stand up for themselves.

    But, yeah, the woman in this film handled it just fine. She shoved him away and told him to behave himself. Back then there was no such thing as running crying to HR.

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    Re: Here's one of the James Bond scenes they've been squawking about

    Still, regardless of how women were tough back then, female nature is something most men still don't know or unaware of today. Yes, the information of female nature for men to know is out there in books and the internet, but in secluded areas. One thing I hate was White Knights. My mother stop being a feminists when she got saved in Christianity, but most of my upbringing about being a gentlemen ruin me, yet because she red pilled me for some of my life, my redpill took control.

    But it wasn't enough, because many of my mother's female christian friends were constantly talking about being a nice man, and a gentlemen, and more of of their advice about being gentle men and nice guys were beginning to wear off. And it wore off when I was in my 20s.

    I'm 30 now. I ain't ever going back to that place of darkness.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TigPlaze View Post
    That's a great point. If some dude came onto a woman, but she didn't want it, she would just shove him away and say something like, "Don't get fresh, buster." End of story. It's the point French actress Catherine Deneuve made when the whole metoo crap started. Catherine Deneuve was one of the sexiest women in the world in her day. Most women today can't hold a candle to her. She took some flak from feminists when she told women to just be tough and stand up for themselves.

    But, yeah, the woman in this film handled it just fine. She shoved him away and told him to behave himself. Back then there was no such thing as running crying to HR.

    Feminism is part of the Left and they hate it when their own step out of line. We know metoo's mission was to take down powerful men. Can't do that so well if women are just telling men to take a hike when they are hit on. Better to comply, build your career and complain later.

    Did to the recent death of Olivia Newton John the film Grease has been viewed through modern eyes and that too is copping flak due to its content. There is a scene where the T Birds are singing and one of the Beta members asks of the woman put up a fight. This is being criticised as making light of rape. But, this Beta is looked at critically by the other members and the woman they are singing about wasn't raped anyway.

    I just love how they twist everything to suit themselves. Just.like the Bond clip where he actually comes off as a douche.

    The show Mad Men set in an advertising agency in 50's is another example of looking at the past through modern eyes. In the show the female staff are looked at as playthings by the men. I read an article by a man who worked in advertising during the 50's and he commented hairbrush treated thermals staff like that they would have been fired.

    What no one wants to acknowledge us societies standards were higher back then and men were expected to be gentlemen and women to be ladies.

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    Re: Here's one of the James Bond scenes they've been squawking about

    Quote Originally Posted by TigPlaze View Post
    That's a great point. If some dude came onto a woman, but she didn't want it, she would just shove him away and say something like, "Don't get fresh, buster." End of story. It's the point French actress Catherine Deneuve made when the whole metoo crap started. Catherine Deneuve was one of the sexiest women in the world in her day. Most women today can't hold a candle to her. She took some flak from feminists when she told women to just be tough and stand up for themselves.

    But, yeah, the woman in this film handled it just fine. She shoved him away and told him to behave himself. Back then there was no such thing as running crying to HR.

    HR, isn't just for women anymore!

    Where do I start?

    Just recently a good friend of mine had some compromising material sent to HR as a joke by two of his 20 year younger supposedly "male" coworkers.

    These two early to mid 20's coworkers did this as a joke, a ha-ha, never thinking things through, anyway this material went viral throughout corporate, my buddy didn't get fired and his boss couldn't chew him out without laughing, because the material was funny but lightyears out of place!

    These two pranksters, jokers, also played the "victims" while they live in class houses and do the exact same thing but worse, and not funny as their sense of humor is riddled with liability.

    Two grown men acting like giddy little girls that did something forbidden among men. Their little fun-fun unleashed could have costed my friend his job if good help wasn't so hard to find.

    Anyway, my buddy's spreading the word among the union members to beware of these clowns, to stonewall them, and shut them out. He's laying wait, gathering hard evidence then springing a trap for their immediate termination.

    After hearing this story from my closest friend, I felt rage in the marrow of my bones! Where's the analytical thinking in these transformed men to act, think, and behave like women? I told my buddy where I grew up they'd be bludgeoned to death!

    How to make enemies that could have been friends? If that isn't a female mindset, I don't know what is!

    Where are all the men they ask?

    Allot of us are here, the rest have been turned into WOMEN!

    The story above is true, no names or fine details are mentioned to protect the innocent or inform the guilty.

    To be continued...


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