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Do Women Have a Higher Sex Drive? (2018)

TV-MA | | Documentary | 5 June 2018 (USA)
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The film explores the the scientific, historical, biological and social aspects behind the female sex drive and female gaze.
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Credited cast:
Cheyenne Löhnen Cheyenne Löhnen ... Self
Annine van der Meer ... Self
Dian Biemans ... Self
Nicole Caldwell ... Self
Marcia Chong ... Self
Katarina Gaborova ... Self
Sandri Moti ... Self
Jennifer Lyon Bell Jennifer Lyon Bell ... Self
Hanna Rosin Hanna Rosin ... Self (archive footage)
Gloria Steinem ... Self (archive footage)
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Karim Bouteffah Karim Bouteffah
Jan-Willem Breure ... Self (archive footage)
Linda Lovelace ... Self (archive footage)
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For years men have underestimated women. For years men have thought they were smarter than women, but now women outnumber men in colleges. For years men have thought that women should not work, now women are the majority of the American workforce. For years men have thought that women could not lead, now women are the majority of the American managers are women. For years men have thought women could not fight. But now women fight alongside men in military . For years men have thought women had a lower sexdrive? Can men be proven wrong again?

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Capitalism driven feminism has nothing good to offer to this world.
11 February 2019 | by maverickmajoranaSee all my reviews

I am a feminist too, but these women in the documentary have obliquely directed view about the world. The fight should be about equality not about who gets the power and who submits to who.When she uttered the 80 to 20 principle and mate selection on the basis of hierarchy, that was where I found the serious mistake most feminist make about the feminism. Moreover she even claimed women were more advantageous when polygamy existed because they could ditch the poor ones. This documentary was full of facts but they had the sense to misguide and incline the plot in their favour without understanding the consequences. Most facts were absolutely right like,the witches being most important among women, genderfluid human nature and urge to be cathartic about the the oppression from patriarchy.

Overall for me this documentary looks more like a corporate feminism rather than feminism of men, women, rich ,and poor


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Netherlands

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English

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5 June 2018 (USA) See more »

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EUR100,000 (estimated)
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16 : 9
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