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It should be OK to lock lips with others after saying ‘I do’?

An enlightened Hollyweird actor

An enlightened Hollyweird actor

‘Marriage is serious business, but kissing is not': Mindy Kaling on why it  should be OK to lock lips with others after saying ‘I do’

Daily Mail: Mindy Kaling has voiced her opinion that one should still be able to kiss other people after they get married.

In a New Yorker article, the comedienne and author, 33, who is single, says kissing new people is ‘one of the greatest joys of life,’ which married people should be able to enjoy, too. ‘Why should saying “I do” necessarily mean “I will not kiss another human for the rest of my life”?’ she asks.

The actress and director, who writes and  stars in Fox’s The Mindy Project, said one of the perks of acting is getting to kiss men, often married ones, with ‘zero repercussions for anyone  involved.’ She goes on to explain that she is by no  means advocating open marriage. ‘Marriage is a serious business,’ she writes.  ‘[But] kissing is not.

‘Just because I want to kiss someone doesn’t mean I want to love that person, share a bed with him . . . tell him not to use  so much salt, or share one AOL e-mail account,’ she adds. The problem with kissing, she says, is that  it has been ‘cheapened’, and is now perceived as a gateway gesture to sex.

‘Kissing is to sexual intercourse as the  phrase “Can I talk to you for a second?” is to a full-blown screaming fight,’  she writes.

She admits that kissing does not come without  its complications, but insists it just needs to be treated as an enjoyable legal vice akin to drinking alcohol or gambling. In other words, it just needs to be regulated.

To prevent a kiss from leading to something more, Ms. Kaling came up with a hypothetical invention called the Kiss Monitor™,  an electric device inserted into the lip.

The gadget would allow a person to kiss a non-spouse for 90 seconds, before it would begin sending electroconvulsive  shocks to the lips. ‘If the kissing continues, the shocks increase in frequency and intensity until the patient passes out,’ writes Ms.  Kaling. ‘This can be very embarrassing.’

According to Ms. Kaling, this device would resolve the issue people have with kissing others after getting married. She imagines that the Kiss Monitor™ will be a means of demonstrating marital fidelity in the future.

‘I am a romantic at heart, and. . . I look  forward to the day when [a man] and I find each other, fall in love, and solemnize our relationship by exchanging Kiss Monitors,’ she  wrote.

So if a kiss is just a kiss and doesn’t lead to sex, why invent something to make a kiss unpleasant?

I’m not married, yet I doubt seriously my boyfriend would want me kissing other guys – and I certainly don’t want him kissing any women! Let’s see what Mandy has to say about this free-for-all kissing after she does say “I do”.

DCG

Liberal Hollyweird turns on their own…

Shunned...

Hollywood Snubs Muslim Stone

NY Post: Sean Stone, son of controversial commie director Oliver Stone, converted to Islam in Iran last week and says he’s already experiencing a Hollywood backlash.  The ceremony was held in Isfahan, where he is researching a documentary. He now goes by the name of Sean Christopher Ali Stone.

He told Page Six: “I’ve already experienced the reverse of anti-Semitism, having people within the film industry express a reluctance to work with me now that I have said a simple prayer, ‘There is no God but God, and Mohammed is his messenger.’ I am sure I have [bleeped] off some powerful people.” Speaking over dinner at Barrio 47, Sean told us, “Having read the Koran and having been around the Islamic culture, especially in Iran, I do believe that Mohammed is a prophet of the same god worshipped by other religions.

“I am of a Jewish bloodline, a baptized Christian who accepts Christ’s teachings, the Jewish Old Testament and the Holy Koran. I believe there is one God, whether called Allah or Jehovah or whatever you wish to name him. He creates all peoples and religions. I consider myself a Jewish Christian Muslim.”

“What I am trying to do is open up a dialogue about religion. There is such Islamophobia in the West. Islam is not a religion of violence any more than Judaism or Christianity is.

He said his dad welcomed the move.  “My dad said, ‘Allah be with you.’ My father understands that I am trying to bridge certain gaps and bring about peace.”

But he has been shocked by the reaction from others. Sean, about to release his horror movie “Graystone,” said, “I didn’t realize I would be so vilified. It is almost like I am a criminal for having accepted Islam. I didn’t realize Islamophobia was that deep. People have speculated that I have done this because I am from a spoiled family or that I am lost and trying to find myself. That is ridiculous.  “I don’t care if I get criticized. If I can open up a debate about religion and create some understanding, then it is worth it.”

Islam is not a religion of violence any more than Christianity?  Debate this Mr. Stone.

Mr. Stone may remain as delusional as he wishes….whatever gets him through life.  I’m just shocked that Hollyweird hasn’t embraced his choice.  Then again, Hollyweird-types never want to debate, just preach.  Guess birds of a feather don’t all flock together after all.

DCG

What’s up with these type of movies?

"Friendship has its benefits"

Hollyweird certainly has no morals.  And the movies they’ve recently released prove that.  Earlier this year, the comedy “No Strings Attached“, featuring Ashton Kutcher and Natalie Portman was released.  The premise? “A guy and girl try to keep their relationship strictly physical, but it’s not long before they learn that they want something more.”

Then came the Justin Timberlake and Mila Kunis (the woman who recently stated that “young republicans are ill-informed) movie, “Friends with Benefits“. The premise? “They come to the conclusion that sex should not come with so many emotional attachments. Both feeling the need for a physical connection they agree to have sex without emotion or commitment involved.”

Now Hollyweird has created the latest masterpiece, “What’s Your Number?” The premise? “A woman looks back at the past twenty men she’s had relationships with in her life and wonders if one of them might be her one true love.” And by “relationships”, they mean the number of men she has slept with. The movie is based on the novel, “20 Times a Lady“.

The trailer has women discussing an article that states, “In America, 96% of women who have been with 20 or more lovers can’t find a husband.”

Well, I wonder why.  Twenty lovers? There’s a word for women that have slept with that many men and it ain’t “lady”.

DCG