This year's movies had us laughing and crying and everything in between, but mostly they had us turning to our neighbors and asking, "did you just see that? Much like the nipslip before it , movies will likely be remembered for their inclusion of blink-and-you'll-miss-it full frontal male nudity. We have David Fincher and his not one but two displays of his actors' no-no zones in " Gone Girl " to thank for that one. Of course, "Gone Girl" wasn't the only flick to show a little skin.
WARNING GRAPHIC CONTENT: Video shows boys being stripped and flogged in sick caste crime
Two Boys: A Love Story
On Nov. This biological male, the feds determined, was different because he thinks he is a female. Yes, ladies and gents and non-cisgenders: it turns out that the battle against sexism enshrined in the ill-written Title IX was actually intended to force underage young women to look at the penises and testicles of mentally ill boys. The U. If the district does not capitulate, it risks losing federal funding. Daily Caller cited a Nov.
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Viewers were left reeling by a disturbing scene in the penultimate episode of Channel 4's new nail-biting drama Kiri. Wednesday night's installment saw one of the show's central characters, school boy Simon, walk in on his mother Alice in the shower and refuse to leave - before ripping the towel from her naked body. The teenager is suspected by his parents of murdering his foster sister, Kiri, and has started to exhibit strange behaviour in recent episodes. Kiri was murdered in the first episode with her convict father Nate as the prime suspect, before it emerged that Simon had been lying about his whereabouts on the day she was killed. In the 'sinister' scene aired on Wednesday night, Simon went into detail about a sexual encounter with a schoolmate as his mother, dressed in just a towel, begged him to leave the room.
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