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(Daily Mail)   Brigitte Bardot calls the women of the #MeToo movement as 'hypocritical and ridiculous' actresses. 'I found it charming when men told me that I was beautiful or I had a nice little backside'   ( dailymail.co.uk) divider line
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2018-01-18 07:42:03 PM  
I thought she was dead
 
2018-01-18 07:59:40 PM  
Her comments come a week after fellow French star Catherine Deneuve sparked a worldwide feminist backlash by defending men's right to 'hit on' women.

Old French actresses yell at cloud.
 
2018-01-18 08:03:06 PM  
She's 83 years old and a relic from another age and era. Safe to ignore her.

On the other hand, that kind of sentiment borders on Uncle Tomfoolery. "Yessuh, livin' in de house rather than de barn was much more better, so we'd smile and grin and giggle when they called us names."
 
2018-01-18 08:12:40 PM  
I came in here expecting photos of Brigitte Bardot in her prime.

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2018-01-18 08:39:51 PM  
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2018-01-18 08:42:29 PM  

fusillade762: Her comments come a week after fellow French star Catherine Deneuve sparked a worldwide feminist backlash by defending men's right to 'hit on' women.

Old French actresses yell at cloud.


Paging Mademoiselle Deneuve...

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2018-01-18 08:51:30 PM  
You know that scene in Spaceballs when Dark Helmet was playing with his toys and his figure kissed then forced himself unto the unwilling Princess who became willing? Well, that was sexual harassment.
 
2018-01-18 08:52:58 PM  
"Nice tits!" is a compliment.  Why don't women these days realize that?
 
2018-01-18 08:58:42 PM  
She DID have a nice little backside...
 
2018-01-18 09:44:41 PM  
First, Catherine Deneuve and now Bridget Bardot...Man, Roger Vadim must've been spectacular in the sack for those two to endure his behavior outside of bed. Another ex, Jane Fonda, hasn't spoken out against the concept of the movement but instead properly acknowledged that the #metoo movement didn't even break into the public's eye until WHITE women came out.
 
2018-01-18 09:49:47 PM  

doglover: I thought she was dead


Ever smell one of her garlic knot darts?
 
2018-01-18 10:02:14 PM  
Which(like everyone who has a "problem" with the #metoo movement) totally misses the point.
 
2018-01-18 10:43:25 PM  

doglover: I thought she was dead


Came here to say this.
 
2018-01-18 11:28:30 PM  

gar1013: fusillade762: Her comments come a week after fellow French star Catherine Deneuve sparked a worldwide feminist backlash by defending men's right to 'hit on' women.

Old French actresses yell at cloud.

Paging Mademoiselle Deneuve...

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2018-01-18 11:29:45 PM  
There's a very substantial difference between compliments and harassment, ya silly.
 
2018-01-18 11:30:39 PM  

doglover: I thought she was dead


Only on the inside.
 
2018-01-18 11:30:42 PM  

doglover: I thought she was dead


You're thinking of Burgess Meredith.
 
2018-01-18 11:31:37 PM  

Wretschko: She's 83 years old and a relic from another age and era. Safe to ignore her.


Oh I wouldn't be so quick to dismiss her. She's an evil shot.
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2018-01-18 11:31:40 PM  
Racistsayswhat?
 
2018-01-18 11:32:08 PM  
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2018-01-18 11:32:55 PM  
She's quite old
 
2018-01-18 11:33:00 PM  
Wretschko: She's 83 years old and a relic from another age and era. Safe to ignore her.

This.

On the other hand, that kind of sentiment borders on Uncle Tomfoolery. "Yessuh, livin' in de house rather than de barn was much more better, so we'd smile and grin and giggle when they called us names."

Aannnd This.
 
2018-01-18 11:34:16 PM  

doglover: I thought she was dead


Only the era that she obviously still lives in.
 
2018-01-18 11:36:06 PM  

Kittypie070: There's a very substantial difference between compliments and harassment, ya silly.


These days, I'm not so sure.
 
2018-01-18 11:38:04 PM  
She's been a right-wing asshole for a long time. Quelle surprise, as they say in Italian.
 
2018-01-18 11:38:13 PM  

Jeebus Saves: Kittypie070: There's a very substantial difference between compliments and harassment, ya silly.

These days, I'm not so sure.


These days if you compliment woman you get arrested and thrown in jail
 
2018-01-18 11:39:24 PM  
She's being silly and is missing the point.

However, Margaret Atwood wasn't being silly and made some good points.
 
2018-01-18 11:39:54 PM  

Fano: gar1013: fusillade762: Her comments come a week after fellow French star Catherine Deneuve sparked a worldwide feminist backlash by defending men's right to 'hit on' women.

Old French actresses yell at cloud.

Paging Mademoiselle Deneuve...

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Coochie, coochie!
 
2018-01-18 11:43:09 PM  
don't follow -isms.
 
2018-01-18 11:48:40 PM  
How dare she speak her honest opinion
 
2018-01-18 11:49:45 PM  

mrlewish: don't follow -isms.


That's ismophobism
 
2018-01-18 11:52:49 PM  
So how did she like being raped, molested and groped?

Or was that just the men around her appreciating her beauty?  Because don't tell me that never happened to her.
 
2018-01-18 11:54:26 PM  
Forget it Jake. It's a French woman.
 
2018-01-18 11:59:25 PM  

gar1013: fusillade762: Her comments come a week after fellow French star Catherine Deneuve sparked a worldwide feminist backlash by defending men's right to 'hit on' women.

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That's Raquel Welsh.
 
2018-01-19 12:01:28 AM  
Her opinion is less than relevant. I read Catherine Deneuve say something similarly ridiculous. They were brainwashed a long time ago and will never see things differently. Why does anyone farking ask them?
 
2018-01-19 12:12:47 AM  
We should listen to this broad. biatches today are losing their shiat just cuz they get a pat on the ass. Take it as a compliment you silly hoes.
 
2018-01-19 12:13:26 AM  
There is no known cure for air-head.

Why are we surprised when they say something profoundly inane?

Oh, wait. Clickbait.

Subby is bad and should feel bad. Greenmitter should put the hardtack down.
 
2018-01-19 12:16:17 AM  
Says the old lady who wasn't asked. I bet she is jealous and looking for the attention she claims others are looking for.
 
2018-01-19 12:31:39 AM  

Kittypie070: There's a very substantial difference between compliments and harassment, ya silly.


Yup.

One is when a girl likes you.

The other is the other.

How do you know the first time, tho?
 
2018-01-19 12:38:53 AM  

Sailing Starflower: Kittypie070: There's a very substantial difference between compliments and harassment, ya silly.

Yup.

One is when a girl likes you.

The other is the other.

How do you know the first time, tho?


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2018-01-19 12:41:44 AM  

Sailing Starflower: Kittypie070: There's a very substantial difference between compliments and harassment, ya silly.

Yup.

One is when a girl likes you.

The other is the other.

How do you know the first time, tho?


Is she playing hard to get or is she serious about filing a restraining order?
 
2018-01-19 12:48:44 AM  
Always more of a Sophia Loren fan.

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And for 83, I have to say, I probably still would.

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2018-01-19 12:51:32 AM  

gameshowhost: She's being silly and is missing the point.

However, Margaret Atwood wasn't being silly and made some good points.


So did Zephyr Teachout.
 
2018-01-19 01:02:13 AM  

Jingle Strangle: Wretschko: She's 83 years old and a relic from another age and era. Safe to ignore her.

Oh I wouldn't be so quick to dismiss her. She's an evil shot.
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I get that reference.
 
2018-01-19 01:07:05 AM  
Those damn comments
 
2018-01-19 01:14:33 AM  
50 years from now when Ashley Judd and Rose McGowan upbraid young women for tolerating male chauvinism and harassment in the workplace, people will laugh and ignore them because they're old.
 
2018-01-19 01:15:14 AM  

Bith Set Me Up: gameshowhost: She's being silly and is missing the point.

However, Margaret Atwood wasn't being silly and made some good points.

So did Zephyr Teachout.


Both old!  Millenials know that things like "due process and proportionality" are for suckers.  All the olds need to get out of the way.

Seriously, good article, hadn't seen it before
 
2018-01-19 01:17:08 AM  
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2018-01-19 01:58:54 AM  
four-stringed farris   Her opinion is less than relevant. I read Catherine Deneuve say something similarly ridiculous. They were brainwashed a long time ago and will never see things differently. Why does anyone farking ask them?

Catherine Deneuve said the following last week: "Rape is a crime, but trying to seduce someone, even persistently or clumsily, is not - and nor is men being gentlemanly a chauvinist attack."

That's about as sensible as anything that's been said since #metoo started.  There are levels of seriousness and offence.  And there also needs to be due process.  And yes, believe it or not, women like being desired.  So do men for that matter.  Deneuve said nothing wrong.  Her crime appears to be noticing that third wave feminism has become intellectually barren and damaging to women.

Why does anyone ask them?  Look her up.  She actually has thoughts of her own.
 
2018-01-19 01:59:24 AM  

Kittypie070: There's a very substantial difference between compliments and harassment, ya silly.


You know, I would have agree with you literally - literally - before class today.

I teach stage combat at a local university.  One of my female students was in wearing a (very tight) Star Wars shirt.  Appropriate because we're going over Flynn-style single sword, which is the core of lightsabre.  As it stands, she generally refuses to work with male students by choice; when they pick their fight partners she never, ever works with a male.  Midway through class, I have them all rotate fight partners - a usual thing to be able to apply technique to different body sizes and reaches - and she gets paired up with a guy who's one of the more "out in the open" nerds in the class.  Big sci-fi fan.

While they're setting their fight distance, he said (all of 5 feet away from me), "that's a nice shirt."

It was like the damn world ended.  Drops her sword and starts telling me that this is the last straw and she doesn't have to put up with this sort of "harrassment from a gender which shouldn't be allowed in society."  I let my (female) class assistant deal with the majority of this, but Maria couldn't calm her down and she hauled off after class ended and lodged a sexual harrassment complaint with the theatre department head.  So now I get to go in next Monday - on my day off - and show the video I take of my class (I record classes in self-defense, since I have to touch students when I spot them through falls and rolls and so forth), and hope that I can get this bullshiat quashed.  The best part is that until he's officially cleared, university policy is that since there's been an official complaint, he's not allowed back in the class.  So now he's going to be missing out on instruction regarding a subject he really likes and wants to learn, because he gave a girl a compliment.

I've been present for every moment these two have ever shared in my class.  Unless there's something going on outside of class, which every instinct I've ever picked up from teaching tells me there isn't, there's no contact between these two outside of class either.

So, no.  I'm getting to the point where I don't think there's much of a practical difference between compliments and harassment, if the target of either one feels like being a biatch.
 
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