In another instance in act four, the same thing nearly happens again to Florinda when she ventures into Blunt’s house. Blunt has been tricked by another woman and decides to take his revenge out on that woman by sleeping with Florinda. He gets very physical with her and Florinda protests with, “Dare you be so cruel?” (IV.v.51). Blunt replies with this heartless speech: “Cruel? ...as a galley slave, or a Spanish whore…I will kiss and beat thee all over, kiss and see thee all over; ... ... middle of paper ... ...the patriarchic society, Florinda’s father and brother won’t allow them to be married.
Hamlet is so concerned with his mother 's sexual relationship,that he tries to make her aware of her wrongful sexual relationship, by aggressively stating that “[i]n the rank sweat of an enseamed bed, [s]tew’d in corruption, honeying and making love [o]ver the nasty sty”(3.4.94-96). Hamlet is convinced of his mother 's sin, that he tells her about her compulsive sexual odour, that he sees as corruption. Moreover, Hamlet uses sexual innuendo to degrade women through sexual remarks and comments through his thoughts. Hamlet, talks about women in such an inappropriate way, referring to women as a strumpet, which in modern text is a whore, when he says “[i]n the secret parts of fortune? O most true; she is a strumpet”(2.2.234-235).
Throughout the play Othello is convinced by Iago that Desdemona has had an affair with Cassio, when really Iago is trying to bring as much misery into Othello’s life as he possibly can. At one point Othello, Desdemona, and a few others are talking with Desdemona’s cousin and everything that Desdemona says helps to convince Othello that she is in love with Cassio. Eventually Othello gets mad enough and slaps her in which she reacts in a much different manner than most women of that time period would have. “Othello: I am glad to see you mad. Desdemona: Why, sweet Othello - Othello:Devil!
Hamlet forms a connection between women and immorality, thus using his his mother’s incestous actions as a basis to surmise that all women are deemed unworthy and morally corrupt. By forming this archetype to suit all the women in his life, Hamlet allows himself a means to project his anger onto others. Therefore Hamlet’s preoccupation with adult sexualty and incest is not only the cause of his sadness and nausea, but is also a means to project his emotions and express the disgust and grief that has been caused by the women of the play and their betrayals. When once Hamlet identified himself through his royal blood and the distinguished members of his family, the union of his mother and uncle has left him without status. Hamlet's sense of worth, manliness, and identity are equally undone through the union of Claudius and Gertrude.
Every man that looks at her she looks at with "her eyes kind of blaring up and going hard like [they] had made to touch her" as she does with Tull on page 124. Even in trying to get rid of the fetus, however, she is confronted with sex. She is none the wiser to the wiles of the ‘doctor’ until afterwards when she says, “’It won’t work [ . . . ]
This shows that women can use their bodies and sex appeal as a weapon to seduce and keep that man they desire in their life. Towards the end of the film, the relentless Penny runs to comfort Lenny only after being kicked in the face by Roxanne, where she went to her husband 's aide. The quarrel between the two women in hopes of getting and keeping their man only shows how submissive women are perceived. It 's as if women are in desperate need of a man to comfort, lead and love them. Their so submissive that they would see each other as a threat giving off dirty looks, arguing and even having a physical fight just so that they can have the victory and honor of having Lenny as their
This shows has numerous amounts of sex scenes, showing what a womanizer Hank can be every chance they get. One of the most “bad sex” happens right after the “good sex” had happened. After Karen had rejected him Hank goes back to his old depressed ways. Drinking and having sex with random girls. However, the one that happens right after the rejection is thanks to his best friend, Charlie, who had been in a very heavy argument with his wife and decided that each should sleep with all the people they missed out on sleeping with all the years they were married.
He branded me and stuck needles into me and made me do awful filthy things. I ran away. He bought me back and stuffed chilly powder into that god-awful place, where it hurts it most”(Tendulkar). Sakharam's citadel of power starts crumbling when Champa refuses to sleep with Sakharam; Champa doesn’t conform to the usual ‘man demanding’ and ‘women consenting’ in sexual matter. When Sakharam is overwhelmed by a passion and wants to gratify his sexual urge she retorts “Now you just behave yourself.
Roy states the the love laws “lay down who should be loved, and how. And how much.” (Roy 33) Baby Kochamma joins the nunnery in an effort to gain some ground with Father Mulligan and each night she writes her love of Father Mulligan, “I love you I love you” (Roy 281). Under Because of the oppressive love laws, Kochamma is sexually frustrated sexuality. Baby Kochamma’s sexual frustration leads her to later mention Ammu and Velutha’s love affair. Roy, through Baby Kochamma, shows how the sexual oppression of Indian society damages the relations between others of different social standing.
Blanche does not conform to a typical woman who exposes her sexuality and obedience to her husband but, is known to have a history of many sexual partners. However, Stella Kowalski obeyed Stanley after numerous tries in closing down poker night. Stella explains to Stanley and the other men at the table, “All of you-please go home! If any of you have one spark of decency in you-” (Williams 62), and Stanley’s automatic response was to charge after Stella (Williams 63). Stanley has an animalistic and explosive behavior, which would consider inappropriate in a household today, was accepted during the time of the play.Stanley beats her while she is pregnant to show authority and dominance in the household after Stella tries to alter Stanley’s poker