And what's you find so offensive? Have you ever seen the comments if the subject is IR couple or a gorgeous white girl is shown dating a black man in various forums? I comparing the guy reaction at Walker who in his head is simply too angelic-looking to be doing a role like that. In his head pretty girls should stick to playing sweet characters. Crude shout-out to demean her in the same way nasty comments are posted to describe a white woman if she dating a black man. Particularly if she is pretty (yep the racists are shallow morons).
Okay, my bad. I misinterpreted what you were trying to say.
But I disagree with the analogy. In Walker's case, a guy crudely indicated he liked seeing her naked. Really, that's not any different from what we do in this forum or in any prototypical all-male setting. The difference is that in her presence, most of us would know not to say it, or at least to say it in a way that was within polite bounds.
The IR sentiment would just be despicable no matter the setting or how expressed.
Certain folks reaction to Dreama's nudity is similar to what you hear from racists (who hides it well in public) when they are in confines of their home or bars frequented by similar kind. Especially when they are drunk.......
When Seal and Heidi started dating, you had to be there to hear my 'friends' back in Florida go on and on about Heidi. "She was too beautiful to be with that 'thing'." "She must been abused as a child". "It's wrong man. Just wrong". “She is a coke-head. That’s it”.
It’s like Heidi was a white goddess all perfection in their twisted mind and debasing herself by dating Seal.
If they could publicly demean Heidi, they will but in this day and age the racist are clever in keeping the hatred beneath the false surface of acceptance.
Yes, the analogy is dissimilar but the tone and approach is the same.
And the sick comments always relates to IR if it's a pretty white girl and a black guy. Always. Just check out Dirty.com. Yahoo comments used to be filled with despicable posts but I believe they are censoring them now. We can argue the hate crowd is in minorities but I do wonder sometimes.
This because we are guilty of putting them on a pedestal and one-dimensionalizing the beautiful white women (yeah, I know it’s ironic coming from me) but what I’m ultimately trying to point out. Nothing untoward should happen to them and nothing they do must jeopardize what certain white Americana expects of her. The crazed perception is more obvious if the girl has background like Miss Walker. Wholesome, angelic looking and never expected to stray into world of sex and nudity. Ever.
The guy supposed to be part of the press and not member of this forum. I think he wanted to admonish Dreama for doing such a demeaning role but instead he chose the worst kind of insult to achieve two things. One to humiliate her in public and another to make sure she will never strip on screen again. The fact is if the victim looked like Melissa McCarthy, the reaction will be different.
Refer to this line from http://nymag.com/daily/entertainment/20 ... %29&utm_co What was the worst thing you heard at the Q&A?
There was a guy who said something about Dreama specifically, that I felt in really bad taste. From his reaction, I think that he regretted saying it at the same time. I actually felt bad for the guy. He said he enjoyed seeing her naked. I think in a way he was maybe trying to say something about the fact that something awful is happening to her and yet she is a beautiful girl and that made him uncomfortable, maybe.
and check out the comments.
Photos of Dreama - http://www.zimbio.com/photos/Dreama+Wal ... 6XE42MVqUb