(Of course, this is coming from a movie watcher who gets completely annoyed at movies about strippers starring actresses with no-nudity contract clauses.
So come to think of it, I really give a fuck about the "psychological aspects" of being a stripper. But I digress.) Big money will probably never fund anything but mainstream pablum.
That is not to say you couldn't push their boundaries and maybe get away with more than they would have initially allowed.
However, you still would be worlds away from approaching the boundaries we would like to see pushed.
He will never tire of feeling your breasts, caressing your ass and watching you bend over. However, deep down inside men are still amazed that anyone would want to have sex with . It’s because when straight men look at other men, all we see are awkward, lumbering goofs with bad manners and hairy bodies. Men have no problem accepting that women are different.
He likes your lips, your body, your eyes and the way you smell. Sure, we complain, but I have yet to talk to man who had any idea, no matter how fleeting, that he could change the woman in his life.
Bill Zebub: You pretty much got the response I would have expected from this forum concerning your movie proposal.So if you are a female with lots of males friends, you probably have a lot of men who, under different circumstances, would most definitely like to have sex with you. Our first thought is “there’s no way anyone woman in their right mind, with any standards or pride, would have sex with that”. And if we had to be born female, we’d prefer to be a lesbian. One of the main driving forces for a man to settle down is to secure access to frequent and reliable sex. By pairing up with a woman who can provide sex on a frequent basis, we’ve eliminated one of life’s biggest distractions and sources of frustration. This is because by having sex you just demonstrated to him that you have a relationship to begin with. From a film-making point of view, it is always problematic portraying what is going on inside characters' heads without a surfeit of tedious exposition or long thoughtful silences with meaningful expressions. Maybe you'll manage to get in one good, brief scene that will end up on forum members' highlight compilations.Agonized screams as a result of physical violence pretty much speaks for itself. Bill Zebub wrote: It doesn't seem to me that anyone on this board actually cares about the psychological aspects - is that true? I certainly worry about the frustration that is created when a film about a GIMP topic fails to live up to its potential.