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Tuesday, October 6, 2015

Game Of Thrones Actress says Men Are As Objectified As Women In Showbiz

Game of Thrones actress Natalie Dormer has spoken out after the show was criticized for the way in which it portrays women and sex, saying she believes that men are subject to just as much objectification as women are.

She spoke to the Radio Times regarding the issue, and she really didn't hold back.
My personal experience has been to work on phenomenal jobs in which the men are objectified as much as the women. Actors suffer from it, too. Wasn’t there a thing about Aidan Turner in Poldark? It’s a visual medium, so to a certain extent you get judged on the way you look.
Natalie Dormer
Natalie is most famous for her role as Margaery Tyrell in the massive fantasy drama, and if you've seen the show, you'll know that there seems to be a very graphic sex scene every five minutes, so a little bit of criticism was to be expected.
She has spoken in defence of the sex too, after some fans boycotted the show due to the rape scenes.
I think sex and romance is a huge part of human motivation. So long as it’s informing the story then I don’t see what the problem is. Obviously no one likes gratuitous sex or gratuitous misogyny, the same way people shouldn’t like gratuitous violence. But I think Thrones is quite good in that way. The violence is quite naturalistic. It’s not hyper-stylised. It’s not glamorised. And the sex is quite real and dirty as well. It’s about those raw, visceral qualities of human life that make good drama.  
Natalie in an interview with the Telegraph
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Those who criticize the show are basically looking for a pat on the back or support for their twisted views, via their web page, asking for donation...
That said, the show is portraying a time in the past, where things where extremely different. True even then, there were strong women in leadership position, maybe not as many as men, but it was a very barbaric time.
Women where seen as property and one could do whatever they wanted with them, especially in the elitist class.
But down at the bottom of the ladder, men and women struggled together to provide and feed their family, and things where difficult because of that elitist class, who took via taxes all they could and if a family could not pay them, well they were kicked off the land owned by these same elitist and made to starve.
Like I said..barbaric.
To have a true depiction of that time, the show and it's actors are doing just fine...

Go forward to today, where feminists and their manginas try hard to change nature and try to blame all ills on men, if we where to produce tv shows according to their idiotic perceptions, well shows like games of throne would go nowhere because people in general are not as dumb as they think we are.
No matter how one looks at it, games of throne perfectly shows what the elitist of that time behaved, who they used and destroyed for personal power, if we think about it, not much has changed, just the way some do it.
Feminists and their manginas destroy families, demonize men, and attack women who do not subscribe to their ideology.
The barbarity might have subsided but the end game is the same, lie, cheat, corrupt all around them.

Nature on this planet, is about procreation (sex), humans, animals, insect, fish, so on, have all that inside them, one cannot change nature, but as humans we can simply say no thank you, and go on our way.
And if it does continue, well there are laws against it, to just take such a small issue, which is imprinted in us and demonize people because of it is simply idiotic.

As for feminism and manginism, well, I totally agree with them, it's a bad thing, (according to them) and they should bitch about it and continue to stop their idea of natural procreation and having sex.
This way, these really ugly people will simply bread themselves out.(sarcasm)

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