It was less Magic Mike and more The Full Monty.
Male stripper film ‘Magic Mike’ is now available on DVD, and Jesse Kornbluth has a surprising review.
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Joanna Schroeder likes cute guys as much as much as any other red-blood heterosexual woman, but thinks covert photo sites like TubeCrush are deeply problematic.
Some nice man at the Guardian thinks so. He opined about the popularity of Magic Mike, saying:We all know the nude male form is essentially ridiculous, built only for floppy comedy… They all obeyed the first rule of male screen stripping: nobody wants to see the bits… the innate ridiculousness of the male body…Reaaaaaaally.Okay, look, dude.…
Hey guys! Vacation was fun. Stuff, unfortunately, Kept Happening while I was gone, which was deeply insensitive of it, so I’ll just round up the shit that happened with my commentary.1) Chick-Fil-A, in a move that surprises no one, fucking hates gay people. The Jim Henson Company has severed all ties with them! So that’s…
Joanna Schroeder talks about the newest incarnation of ‘Hot or Not’ and muses on whether objectification like this is good for society.
Julie Gillis wonders if the strip club is perhaps a temple of honest humanity, and it’s only the shadow of shame cast by society that causes all the troubles.
Joanna Schroeder is amazed at the way Magic Mike manages to damage both masculinity and the image of female sexuality in one 110-minute sausage fest.
What do you think? Can men be objectified? How does the objectification of men differ from the objectification of women?
Joanna Schroeder wonders what a film that seems to be only about hot gyrating guys says about society and how it will affect masculinity in the long run.