The Absurdity of Intimacy Coordinators
Sean Bean has been getting some push back for comments he made about intimacy coordinators spoiling the spontaneity of sex scenes, according to an article in HuffPost.
If you have not been tracking with this development in Hollyweird (and you cannot be blamed for NOT tracking this freak show), this is a thing. They pay perverts to coach actors and actresses how to act like they’re having sex without offending the other person with an unwanted sexual advance or contact.
Read that last sentence again and consider every possible meaning of the word “wutt”.
It’s a sex scene. The whole act of sex, designed for two married people who are biologically male and female, is presupposed to be desired and is spontaneous. Presumably when people are fornicating or committing adultery, it is also spontaneous.
The whole issue is absurd in the highest degree, even among neo-pagans. This is #metoo with a split personality.
Yet it is still a thing which exists. They pay people to do this stuff. It is as absurd as hiring a prostitute to improve your marriage.
The beauty of this ignorance is that it shows just how stupid the entertainment industry is. It is the equivalent of Bruce Jenner winning a woman of the year award. Humanism and post-modernism have failed. It’s a giant slow-motion train wreck.
There’s not much to chalk-talk here though. The whole play broke down when Hollywood decided to start featuring near-nudity as early as the 1940’s and 1950’s with some of the Howard Hughes films starring Jane Russell. The first simulated sex scene was filmed in a 1932 film, without nudity. Directors and film writers hated God and His commands but they were more subtle about their rebellion back then. Now, after decades of debauchery, their hatred of God is on the shock and awe level.
Where do you go after you’ve removed all of the boundaries? Apparently, you try to reclaim some sort of moral high ground by hiring sex referees on set. It won’t be long before they will be available for private consultation at night clubs or at whore houses in Vegas.
All of this to say, the culture is burning to the ground. There isn’t a better time to invest in a streaming company that has already demonstrated it can attract talented directors, animators and writers economically (to the tune of about $130 million in content) who love God and obey His laws. If you are accredited for $500k or more, please fill out our investor form.
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