Jeff Stahler for July 03, 2012

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    3hourtour Premium Member about 12 years ago

    ..and she was reading 50 Shades on her Kindle during the movie…

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    Jason Allen  about 12 years ago

    “When women strip it’s porn.”Gender isn’t the issue. There’s more than a slight difference between a movie where a person partially strips with out ever revealing the naughty bits and a movie where the person strips completely naked and then has full on graphic sex. One is enticement and the other is bow-chicka-bow-bow.

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    glenbeck  about 12 years ago


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    Spyderred  about 12 years ago

    These kinds of movies used to be about regulating women and always ended with the woman either destroyed or married (remember Flashdance which had one of each.) Now it’s women who get the fun and the men who suffer consequences.

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    William Bednar Premium Member about 12 years ago

    As long as the guys put their “family jewels” on display, than the ladies will have fun!!

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    Motivemagus  about 12 years ago

    Wow, a lot of weird gender politics on these posts today! Sounds like a lot of resentful male chauvinists who don’t get it to me, but I could be wrong.

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    Dtroutma  about 12 years ago

    After many decades of skinny dipping and hot springs being the focus of travel, found that where nudity is “normal”, and accepted, the “freaks” are the ones who insist on swimsuits and clothing. There Is an “everything in its place” issue, yes, but puritanism is psychosis, and violence and wars prove it. “Rape” is a crime of violence, not “sex”. Laid back people don’t get bent about folks getting “laid”, when it’s an act of sharing love, or just “sharing”. It is the TAKING, that makes it wrong.

    Even Michelangelo, and his benefactors in the church, “got it”.

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    Jason Allen  about 12 years ago

    "No, gender is the issue. It’s okay for women to objectify men by going to see male strippers but not the other way around.1) Regardless of who’s doing the stripping, there is a difference between it and porn.2) Not all women object to men going to see strippers, just as not all married men assume his wife is cheating on him because she dared acknowledge the existence of another man in the room.

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