What's up with these type of movies?

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"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

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0 responses to “What's up with these type of movies?

  1. Hollywood missed the recent study that discovered this is no such thing as friends with benefits. It’s all a lie, but then we knew that. There’s a reason God gave the commandments He did, and it wasn’t arbitrary. He wants us to be happy, and He even gave us the basic rules to make that happen. Sigh.

     
  2. “Well, I wonder why. Twenty lovers? There’s a word for women that have slept with that many men and it ain’t “lady”.
    Thats for sure, its not someone you bring home to meet the family.

     
  3. Hence, we have “Slut Walks”!

     
    • Even the slutwalks organizer admits they’re trying to get ALL women to be sluts to force gender relations to be equal… equality mean lowest common denominator of men and women being equallly worthless pigs (call it the Cloward-Piven strategy for the personal-is-political set… and Hollywood wants to push this).

       
      • Seriously, that’s the “sex-positive feminism” idea here: no women is better than anyother ’cause they’re all ‘hos, and men will have nothing else to choose from so there goes patriarchy– unfortunately, our society may collapse before gender equality arises. Our forebears established marriage and even fault-oriented divorce (i.e., you cheat you get nothing) because the neolitihic alternative of mate stealing, violence and abandoned/unraised children (as seen recurring in ghetto environments, where “it takes a village” and lots of entitlements according to left/liberals, today) isn’t constructive.

         
  4. We are all aware of the opposite sex by the time we reach puberty, or should be. Our attitude in that department depends on how we are raised by our parents and generally what we have observed and been told. Like most young fellows, I was as eager as the next to try out my equipment but had been manufactured with a built in governor, my mother. Almost from birth, I had been informed of how delicate the female of our species is, how she should always be treated with the utmost respect and always treated as a lady. If her behavior didn’t warrant being treated this way, she should always be avoided. As corny as this may sound, with me, it worked. I didn’t marry until I was thirty, because this “special” woman hadn’t presented herself. When she did, I married her and we are still married, forty-seven years later. Neither of us has been unfaithful and both have had many opportunities to break our vows but haven’t. Our children and grandchildren seem to have a different idea on the subject but we don’t judge them or allow them to laugh at us. You have to go with what works for you in life.

     
  5. Seems according to plan…Gardsil and sex ed. to our very young children, the blurring of gender lines, the demasculization of men. A decadent hedonistic self lovin society is what they are after. Children are indoctrinated at a very young age through hollywood, cripes it’s even all over the news and cartoons, sex is good and pleasurable is the message, makes me sick. I am very careful about what my daughters are exposed to(excuse the pun).

     
  6. This all started with “Sex And The City” in the late 1990’s. That show glorified bed hopping and overpriced fashion / accessories.

     
  7. I can’t believe what I reading, so a woman who slept with 20 men or more is a slut not worth presenting to your family? Talk about love and acceptance and open minded people!!!? And some say they are christians? Oaw, but in the meantime a man that sleeps with a 100 women is quite of a handsome macho man and no one says he is a “slut” right?
    . I am very shocked by the article and the comments. Morality is a blanket that “they” put over you, but the most important thing is Ethics and that comes from within. My ethics tell me is very wrong to look at women as being sluts when they had a life.
    I am not talking about me but billions of women who are in that situation. Come on people, I don’t mind some conservative ways but that sucks!(even though I am neither a conservative or liberal nor a christian nor a jewish etc but I believe in God)

     
    • Where did I say that a man that sleeps w/100 women is macho? No where.
      As a Christian, I have rules to live by. My ethics aren’t arbitrarily determined by my wants and needs. Morality is defined by how God wants us to live our lifes, not by some internal compass that we determine for ourselves.
      “Billions” of women who are in that situation? Well, if you say so. But none of my friends, nor I, are part of that statistic. Sad if that many women feel the need to have had so many “relationships” to have “had a life”.

       
    • Well, given how sex and psychological bonding is supposed to work from it, unless someone is a pornstar (and accustomed to not getting attached to folk they bang professionally) they’ll probably have trouble bonding with anyone by comparison after having sex with that many different people (hush to you ployamorists out there, you can’t have worthwhile romantic feelings going with THAT many folk).

       
  8. Steve, sounds like a Carrie Bradshaw quote.

     

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