Rap singers can sing about killing women and using expletives to describe them and be allowed to sing them at the Grammies?
You can use the word : VAGINA in the title of a play with nary a peep, and not use the word Boobs?
Who creates these rules?
Phony Outrage. The topic of Greg Gutfeld’s book, “The Joy of Hate” in action.
They’re important businesswomen? I think someone is thinking a bit too much of some people. They are entertainers and that’s the extent of it. Their opinions, their ideas, their way of life is not even remotely important to me, nor should it be to anyone else.
As for the boobs song, what do you expect? Decency and morality have long gone the way of the do-do bird in hollywood, if they ever even existed.
Meh. They’re always outraged about something.
All the women referenced in the song knew about it beforehand and their reactions were pre-taped, so they were all in on it.
That being said. MacFarlane is a raging moonbat, and hardcore partisan Democrat.
A woman purposefully bares her breasts to the world in exchange for money and then claims virtuous outrage at having someone talk about it in public.
I can’t imagine seeing Meryl Streep’s boobs. That would make me puke.
MacFarlane’s crime was to make jokes about something other than political and religious conservatives.
I like how they’re complaining so many of the scenes were rape scenes, and he’s supposedly objectifying them. He didn’t make the scenes ladies, he just strung them together.
I found the song funny and the entire show much better than the last 10 years AT LEAST! I would love for Seth of host every year, but alas, he has said he would never host again. Too bad because ABC made a ton of money that night.
Uh, pretty sure when a woman makes the decision to appear nude on screen, 99% of the time, she is objectifying herself.
OK, I’ll say it.
First of all, most of the boobs shown in Hollywood aren’t really anything that impressive. The women they are attached to aren’t either, especially without makeup. Together, they are wholly unspectacular. And considering most ‘bare it all’ actresses have bodies like boys anyway. The 36-24-36 era is now considered ‘fat’.
The dirty little secret is that most guys sitting in the audience have indeed ‘had better’ and are most likely going home to better. They leave the film wholly impressed by their ‘art’.
And that’s pretty much it. It’s like watching a car wreck.
How about these crusading actresses refusing to participate in movies and TV shows depicting the rape and/or murder of women as “entertainment”?
The writers of the CSI-type detective shows haven’t written a new thought in ten years, falling back on the old story line of violence toward women as standard fare every night of the week. It’s as predictable as the pie-in-the-face was in vaudeville shows.
Who is "objectifying them"?
I find this pretense at taking insult, when what is and has been going on in the movies so disgustingly objectifying women as one of the reasons why I've stayed far away from their "art" for years.
This reminds me of the sensitivity seminars given to men regarding the "respectful way" they are to treat their female co-workers, workers whose dress is so outrageous and trashy, that is intended to gain notice from any and all males within view and should these unfortunate males behave in such way to indicate that they have noticed the woman's various dress, or undress as the case may be and either comment or give other clues regarding the attire of the women.
If, God forbid, male co-workers notice or make comments regarding the dress or movements, to their female counterparts, they are guilty of a crime, similar to this woman's feigned "outrage."
Ms Cantillon, should i ring up Sarah Palin and let her know you'll be calling? or maybe one of the TEA party leaders? Mitt Romney? GWBush? Nancy Reagan? Gerald Ford?
"Are you kidding? With families watching? What kind of a question is that?"
How about you?
"This is one time I'll agree with Johnny. We'd have to be living in a really debased country to make a joke like that on Oscar night. I'd have been banned from television forever if I did that."
“You’re talking about the great American actresses, you’re talking about Angelina Jolie....”
Lost me right there. Angelina Jolie was in exactly one decent production, and that was an HBO movie depicting the life of Gia. She is a lousy actress and most of her films are bombs, trash, or both.
And while I’m at it, she always was a skanky slut and it has amazed me that she is treated as some great person.