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Subject: Re: CFNM scenes in the movies


Author:
Charlene
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Date Posted: 16:19:49 06/16/21 Wed
In reply to: Shay (addressing all the comments) 's message, "Re: CFNM scenes in the movies" on 06:32:08 06/16/21 Wed

You are speaking of american puritanism and assume that all are Americans here. I don't think so. Well, in some cfnm scenes it might be true. But most of these movies are not american productions. If they were you would see no nude boys.It is okay for american movies to show a dozen shot people in one minute but you will see no nude boy or other nude people. You can see that more in scandinavian or russian productions. I can not speak for the asian culture but in most european countries it is common that siblings see each other nude without embarrassment. When it goes outside the family and in a more involantary situation it is something different. Then you find embarrassment on one side and delight on the other. But this is more a game of power from one individual over the other.

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Author:
spelvin
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Date Posted: 16:37:21 06/16/21 Wed

I know of one US movie which shows nude children:
Blue Lagoon.
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Author:
Charlene
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Date Posted: 17:16:31 06/16/21 Wed

Well, that is one movie made 40 years ago. And as far as I remember you didn't see much.
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Author:
Observer
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Date Posted: 19:37:00 06/16/21 Wed

Charlene is right, American censors are hard on underage nudity, which is almost impossible to see in today's American movies, while they are loose on violence in movies even in children's movies.
European countries are the contrary, they are very tough on violence in movies but loose on nudity including underage nudity.
One can say the same for Asian and South American countries.

The American movie that Spelvin mentions is one of a very few exceptions, but which is common in foreign movies.
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Author:
spelvin
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Date Posted: 21:53:49 06/16/21 Wed

I forgot where I saw this--
it might have been in this forum--
but I thought the European Union decided to outlaw nude children in movies in recent years.
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Author:
Charlene
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Date Posted: 23:04:05 06/16/21 Wed

I don't know about this. The European Union decided many things. But I think it concerns only scenes which were in a sexual context.
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Author:
Charlene
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Date Posted: 23:05:34 06/16/21 Wed

And the Union has no influence on productions from outside the Union.
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Author:
Observer
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Date Posted: 23:19:56 06/16/21 Wed

It is possible because the liberals are now taking over in Europe like they did in the US.
It is ironic that it was the liberals that brought in this nudity scare and ban on nudity, especially underage nudity.
In the very conservative America before the 70s it was common for boys to swim nude at school, at camps, at the YMCA and other places, but when the liberals started taking over this ended and was all banned.

It is still the conservative and traditional countries that still have these customs, like the fundoshi in Japan or South American countries that still produce movies with innocent boy nudity in them.
For example there was an Argentinian movie produced last year or two years ago about boys in a reformatory that has several scenes of boy nudity in it. But I don't think that this will be shown in American theaters although it is very popular in that country.
I will try and find the link because someone uploaded it on a video site.


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Author:
Shay to Charlene
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Date Posted: 01:04:38 06/17/21 Thu

The point was that people should stop projecting their cultural mindset onto others. Naked kids in 1940's-1980's films from Northern Europe would not have needed coercion to be naked, would not have been embarrassed, and there would be no delight by the opposite sex who are present.

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Author:
jean the frenchie
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Date Posted: 10:45:08 06/17/21 Thu

Charlene is right
I don't think that it is impossible in a european country to have a scene of children or tennagers nudity under 16 age as long as it is not sexually explicit or it might be a movie about incest for instance and the nudity must be very discreet.

But we can see under age persons, especially boys naked under showers in a group shower at school or at a juvenile institution, reformatory school and so long, or at physical examinations or changing from clothes after sport and so on ..


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