This film's sole purpose is to cram as much stuntwork humanly possible into 89 minutes. The goons hang Billy Ray upside-down in a traveling helicopter to try to get him to reveal where he hid a fortune in diamonds that he stole from Navarro, while Carmen follows the helicopter in her Porche.
Given your past reputation and my occupation, it seems fitting. You are a public figure of whom the Buddha himself would be proud.
I want to talk to you about feminism; specifically, how women are represented on the Trews. How women are valued and treated in our culture, the rights, freedoms and options that they are afforded, or not afforded, by the rest of society i.
Our present society likes nothing better than to endlessly pore over images of women, scrutinising every inch. We know that appraising women primarily for their attractiveness and the way they look is harmful to us all, yet it persists. Media representations of gender are essential to public perceptions and beliefs, therefore the ways in which women are represented in popular mainstream media say a lot about cultural attitudes towards them.
Admirably, you have also pinpointed the problem of objectification, idolatry, and deification of women, turning them into 2d objects and projecting narratives onto them. How has the Trews facilitated a discussion about the value of women in society and the media? But, sadly, the feminist part of me that is awake to female representation and subjugation is horrified by the lack of women on the Trews.
With the exception of the Focus E15 mums and Lindsay from the New Era Estate, who are magnificent exemplars of utter mightiness in the struggle for social justice in the UK, there has been a dearth of other women like them.
So far I have been dismayed by the lack of outspoken, assertive, intelligent, empowered women in comparison to the number of men who fit that description. Conversely, is it fair to say that Chloe and Alesha the Cambridge drop-outs, your PA Nicola, and the little girl on the tube represent the full opinion, intellect and creative spirit of half the population?
But there is something disconcerting about her interview. You are more deferential with men, you hang off their every word — not so with Helena.
Worryingly, you introduced both male guests using their full names — but Stacey is just Stacey. She barely gets a word in throughout the discussion, and she is the last person to be addressed on each question. Even more worryingly, this has already been brought to your attention!
As a life-long fan of your humour I appreciated the delicious irony of your response, ordering your female butler upstairs to boss her about like a patriarchal overlord. Your most noteworthy female guest so far is undoubtedly Naomi Klein. I understand the point — Campbell is human underneath etc.
But what is the wider message being sent out to female fans?
Maybe your eyes are opening to the myriad ways that women are still stifled, undermined and disregarded. What, then, qualifies me to aim this diatribe at you? I co-founded a group called East London Strippers Collectivea group of strippers who have gathered out of shared grievances about our industry, and a desire to improve it.
We are committed to self-organisation, self-empowerment and ethical business practises. We seek to challenge stereotypes and widely held erroneous beliefs about our work, provoking better-informed dialogue about strippers and sex-workers in general. How can a feminist be a stripper, I hear you think?
For us pro-choice, sex-positive feminists our work is built on the principle that women have the right to be sexual beings, the right to choose what they do with their own bodies — the same principle that made abortion and homosexuality a legal right. ELSC believe that women and men have the right to strip and not be stigmatised for it.
We imagine that if clubs were run as egalitarian businesses, owned and managed by workers we might create a more respectful and sympathetic environment within the industry, changing the wider social impact.
Our manifesto challenges the patriarchal conventions on which the industry is built, and ensures that no individual can profit from the work of another. Unsavoury workplace controls, exploitative business practises and unhealthy manipulations of male and female sexuality are as much a consequence of capitalist greed than anything else.
The more we strive to take back autonomy in our workplaces, the more useful and effective we can be in society, which makes us no different from any other exploited work force seeking an end to greed and exploitation. In many ways, the sex industry is the definitive capitalist business model, entirely profit driven.
But I can imagine it being different. Russell, your call for Revolution is a symphony of inspiration to me. I went to anti-war demos and climate riots, some of my best mates fought high profile climate-justice court trials.
What I learned during my informative years as an anti-capitalist rebel I am now applying to my choice of work. The task of our generation is re-imagining a system that serves people over profit; gender equality must be part of that system.
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