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Did you ever watch any of director Russ Meyer's movies when you were younger, Stewie?It wasn't until circa 2005 that I first saw the movie "Faster Pussycat, Kill, Kill" - a black and white movie from the mid-60s, but still watchable today. I remember thinking this must have been way, way ahead of its time when it first came out.
the headscissor neckbreak in The Million Eyes of Sumuru.
Just wondering how others became aware/interested/turned on by powerful women. Was there a particular incident in your life that triggered these emotions, or do you feel it's more in your nature, something you can't explain?For me, there was no particular incident, but from a very, very young age, whenever I saw on TV a woman besting a man in a physical fight, my heart would always skip a beat. Amazing forces would run through my body. But at this age, a child of no more than 6/7, I had no way of interpreting them properly. My parents were/are very "traditional", with my Dad being the breadwinner, while my Mum stayed at home. Even with two sisters of a similar age, from as far back as I can remember, I was taught men and women played very different roles in society. Even today, my Mum thinks women have no idea about cars, or anything technical. "OMG, a woman is driving that Lorry!" I once remember her saying. So whenever I saw a female breaking these roles, I was both confused and transfixed. Like I said, I had no way of interpreting these feelings, so I ended up interpreting them as anger. A woman should NOT be able to beat a man in a fight!By the time I hit puberty, video games like Street Fighter II and Mortal Kombat, Streets of Rage and Golden Axe were all available, and it was then that I realised that I LOVED sexy, strong and skilled women that could physically beat up men. I couldn't get enough of the likes of Chun Li, Sonya Blade, Blaze Fielding and Tyris Flair.
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