Hollywood actor, Jeremy Irons is upset at the world. He is furious that government bodies pass legislation which controls the rights of men to place their hands on another person’s body. As far as he is concerned, if a man wants to place his hand on a woman’s butt, she should consider this as a compliment, not an insult. If you have a great butt, why not share it with the world? Irons simply can not understand the attitude of women who reject friendly hand compliments from men.
There are too many people in power with little to do so they churn out laws to justify their jobs. I hope it’s a rash that will wear itself out. If a man puts his hand on a woman’s bottom, any woman worth her salt can deal with it. It’s communication. Can’t we all be friendly?
I believe Irons has a point. If I wander down the street, spot an attractive woman– of course if you are gay it could be an attractive man– what exactly is wrong if I walk up to her, plant a kiss, feel her boobs and invite the fair lass to join me in bed? I am quite receptive to a touch down below and some rubbing. Let’s all become friendly. At least if we are happy with one another, it will deal with the unhappiness in our economic lives!