My Fair Lady, the Ultimate Power Exchange Dynamics
Since the release of the “Fifty Shades of Grey” the Internet got filled with articles elaborating on earlier non-Vanilla, BDSM inspired films. The basic template is to quote “The Secretary” (2002) but some manage to go as far as 9 1/2 weeks (1986.)
Bunch of amateurs, he he he. The one profoundly compelling Power Exchange movie dates back to 1964, and is sugar coated under the name of “My Fair Lady” with Audrey Hepburn and Rex Harrison.
The Stanford Theater in Palo Alto was full yesterday, not with the vibrant kink community of San Fancisco though. Mere mortals of all ages showed up; elders brought their youth along. I too attended with a seven and a seventy year old and enjoyed both, the film that I know by heart and the audience expressive reaction to it.
The power of transformation that happens when masculine and feminine in their pure form collide has universal appeal.
Modern women with leading archetype of Persephone find the very process of healing and reconciling with their past is what gives their life a meaning. They lead by example and inspire others.
Watched The Dressmaker (2015) with Kate Winslet last Saturday. I found Winslet character, Tilly Dunnage to serve a perfect example of an ancient Greek myth of Persephone, goddess of vegetation, youth and queen of the underworld. There is a school in psychology that uses Greek gods as archetypes that shape our lives. I adhere to […]