In terms of the sexes thing she sounds damn insightful for 1963.
Nowadays I am dubious of anyone (lets say in a european country with equality between the sexes enshrined in law) arguing for or against a particular sex. I am convinced men and women (in these countries, say, Denmark for example) have equal rights. Arguing for one side or the other (as feminists or mra types do) is just trying to to create a pointless schism between the sexes.
What I think is much more important today rather than men vs. women is the lower and middle classes vs the super-rich, giant corporations and corrupt plutocratic politicians.
Individual men and women get screwed over equally by these entities.
I consider myself a 'personist', I dont want anyone to get screwed over this way.
ps. Obviously this viewpoinr breaks down in countries where one sex really is treated as a 2nd class citizen or does not have equal rights, eg.the arab emirates etc.
Nominal - 2014-10-03 The point about women being actual 2nd class citizens in many ultra conservative countries kind of obliterates the whole "pornography and objectification = oppression" argument. Saudi Arabia would be the most free nation on Earth if that was the case.
Mr. Purple Cat Esq. - 2014-10-03 Regardless of whether youre right or wrong on the pornography issue. I dont think you are making a sound argument. I believe you are committing a logical fallacy (cant remember the name of it sorry!)
Essentially, just because it so happens that many countries in which women have lesser rights also have strict rules regarding pornography does not mean the presence of more pornography is an indicator of elevated womens rights. I think the apparent concurrence of these two factors is just a historical accident.
Binro the Heretic - 2014-10-02 And this, folks, is why Davis earned the title "Legendary".
That guy - 2014-10-02 fantastic
i'm about to watch more of these
jimmyboblahey - 2014-10-02 I hate when actors think we give a shit.
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