movies matter | criticism by maryann johanson
Fri Mar 01 2013, 11:34pm | 6 comments
In the ladies room at the screening room at the Hospital Club in Covent Garden. (These are among the tamer panels.)
i don’t think legs can really bend that way in the upper right panel.
Disgustin’. Haven’t they any British erotica to use?
Only in countries that aren’t America.
I’m pretty sure they have pictures of the Kama Sutra in America. Just not on wallpaper. And if you have ever seen the type of items sold in American condom stores, you can’t help but wonder how long it will be before we have that type of wallpaper too.
Oh they have the Kama Sutra here. And we have relatively unrestricted internet access here.
But, America is also the country that went berserk when Janet Jackson accidentally exposed herself at the Super Bowl. It’s that juvenile attitude overreaction that continues to hinder my country in growing up culturally and taking its place in the 21st century.
All countries have their share of prudes and puritans, no matter how sexually liberal they may seem. Even India, the home of the Kama Sutra, is no exception. Hence the absence of nudity or even kissing in Bollywood movies.
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