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I mean, who hasn't been ignored, been humiliated by or been flat out rejected by the pretty girl in school?
So seeing her bound and gagged and treated by very badly in the final third of that film had an extra special sense of enjoyment for me.Howie The line in my post about being sick of the subject matter is a direct quote from bleumune's post, which I directly attribute to him, and his post is only 1 post removed from mine.So me saying that isn't a statement that I will no longer engage with the subject, but rather a reflection of what other people on the board are saying about it.What you can't do in real life you can enjoy, vicariously, though the actions of the villain in whatever media you are consuming.Thus, your metaphor for dragging her by the hair and forcing yourself upon her is an appealing scenario.I think I've mentioned this story a few times on the board.
When the movie was released, I was coming off a particularly tough breakup with a young woman.
I suggest you read (or re-read) "First They Came," by Martin Niemoller. Rather than suggesting reading material for us, you should first work on your own reading comprehension, then take another crack at the posts you completely missed the point of below.
So please, highlight the offending imaginary text that backs up the wild assertion you just made.
I don't need the fantasy, though it is my most powerful turn-on, to express myself sexually with a woman.
Many of my partners over the years were never even aware of that part within me.
Sorry, guys, but you don't get to post half a dozen more comments extolling the supposed legitimacy for your lack of empathy for the cop and then suggest that you're all sick and tired of the topic so no one else should post any more on it. Your justifications for your lack of empathy get more inexplicable as you go on.