Monday, December 16, 2013

Free The Nipple

Why the hell would a movie about nipples and women wanting to go topless like men are allowed get a NC-17 rating when movies with an occasional bare breast can get a PG rating??????? And if it's legal in New York, why are women getting arrested for going topless????


  1. First I've heard of the NC-17 rating.

  2. Until 1990 it was "X" but the porn industry was doing their own rating "XXX" because the MPAA (Motion Picture Association of America) hadn't trademarked the "X" rating. (They trademarked the rest of the ratings for movies.) So they came up with the NC-17 rating for adult films. Not too many movies are rated NC-17. Usually they'll make changes to get it back down to a "R" rating instead.

  3. We have a small teachers college here - mostly female. Two years ago a half dozen of the young women students walked around town topless as some sort of a protest. No one bothered them except for our resident Catholic bigots that regularly post letters in the paper about gays and sin: she would run ahead of the young women with a blanket trying to shield them from view.

    After all if a young person sees a bare tit they will turn to stone - or a pillar of salt???

    the Ol'Buzzard


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