It also implies that non-black winners are put on a pedestal where they are shielded from sex scenes while black actresses are sexualized. This was a rare instance in which the Academy awarded a film with sexually explicit content. Yes, there are certain stereotypes of black women but very rarely have I heard the stereotypes listed below in association with black women. The film has nothing to do with that part of their histories.
Also, some of the above discussion threads should be merged as there are separate ones for individual comments about similar aspects, and then separate sections for replies. The entire paragraph should be deleted or reworded with something like, "Arguably, Halle Berry's Oscar-Winning role is has the most realistic portrayal of sex in a movie. Whether they really are the views of a minority or not, these views are based on issues within the black community: Actress Angela Bassett, who has long been considered a future Oscar pick, reflected black displeasure and possibly the competitiveness among minority actresses in an already limited field in a highly publicized Newsweek magazine interview in We're both right about the same thing. It's too bad that there are some who can't get past their knee jerk reaction to see that there is more to this story than interracial sex. It also implies that non-black winners are put on a pedestal where they are shielded from sex scenes while black actresses are sexualized. Other sex scenes were less intense, I think. It would do much better a to cite specific writers who held the beliefs which are here being ascribed to "African Americans"; and b to accurately describe these attitudes not with the vague expression "cultural, political, and religious mores" but rather as racial-purity or anti-miscegenation beliefs. I also changed the sentence Leticia, despite having uncovered Hank's complicity in her husband's death, decides to stay with him. Black women had been snubbed for decades of this award and when one finally wins it, its for portraying a black woman with animalistic character. Hence, a black actress's body is not always used at the behest of her art or her performance, but rather at the expectations of others. Instead, they say nothing of the kind happened, or that the criticism was overblown and or not to be believed or only confined to a 'small minority. Those viewers did not believe, for example, that Berry was actually performing. However, it did have either a PG or an NC rating. It has no proof and no evidence to support that black men or black women feel this way about their body's. The film has nothing to do with that part of their histories. Maybe it's erroneous or maybe the quote was removed from a prior version. People seem to ignore the fact that Billy Bob Thornton is also naked in the sex scenes and shows off a lot, too! I know that I will seem repetitive, but I know for a fact that for a long time, legitimate black actresses have been admonished by other black actors or fans not to perform nude with white actors, particularly white male actors. As for Foxx, I think there was no controversy because people honestly didn't care. I've seen Shakespeare in Love. So should the quote be removed? I believe the writer may think the stereotypes that black women marry criminals, work menial jobs, and fall in bed with any man are typical stereoypes but they are not. News flash - we're a rather liberal thinking and intelligent people. It pointed out a continuing double standard in the community. In facing these hurdles, Leticia drinks frequently and is thereby unable to pay her bills, leading to an eviction notice.
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