Our cultural attitudes towards this have certainly changed, and this is worthy of exploration, but I am bothered by the #metoo aspect of this thread. Is the implication that folks who have been sexually assaulted need to settle down because Lois Lane gave Superman an unprovoked kiss in the 1940s?
From comments I've heard or read over the years, I've come to believe that most women probably never liked uninvited kisses back in the day either, but they felt they had to put up with it because they'd be ridiculed or brow-beaten as man-haters or whatever if they said anything. Remember that famous photo of the soldier kissing a woman in celebration of the Allied victory at the end of WWII? Apparently no one ever thought to ask her how she felt about it until many years later, but she wasn't exactly happy about it - at least I think I remember reading something along those lines this a few years ago.
Post by Icctrombone on Sept 2, 2019 21:51:04 GMT -5
I was wondering if the title would be frowned upon. I'm of the opinion that some of the # me too movement is overblown without any proof at all. The scans I've posted are kisses between 2 adults. and some are welcome and some are rebuffed. Just like real life.