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Russell Crowe at 18

I was looking at interviews Germaine Greer gave when she was promoting her book "The Beautiful Boy" some years ago, and found these quotes:

[quote]Andrew Denton: You said in an interview with the 'Sydney Morning Herald' a couple of years ago, "A woman of taste is a pederast %E2%80%94 boys rather than men."

[quote]Germaine Greer: Yeah.

[quote]Andrew Denton: What do you mean by that?

[quote]Germaine Greer: Well, boys are beautiful, see, they're not beardy and singlety.

[quote]Andrew Denton: What are%E2%80%A6 What's%E2%80%A6?

[quote]Germaine Greer: My favourite example of this, by the way, is Russell Crowe. When Russell Crowe was 18, he was the most winsome, lovely creature. Now he's this sort of puffy, shambling, baggy, belligerent%E2%80%A6 He's completely different. The charm has evaporated completely.

And from another interview:

[quote]GERMAINE GREER: We're talking about the fact that there is a time in a man's life when he is not yet a man and not still a child, where he maybe more likely than any other time at his life, he may be very, very beautiful. If you look at Russell Crowe today, can you remember what he looked like when he was 18? He was gorgeous.

[quote]JANA WENDT: So you prefer the 18-year-old Russell Crowe?

[quote]GERMAINE GREER: I think so. And I think any woman of taste would prefer the 18-year-old Russell Crowe.

So, does anyone have a picture of this mythically beautiful 18-year-old Russell Crowe?

by Anonymousreply 10811/30/2012

Just go to show ya.

Even people who appear to stand for freedom, liberation and iconoclasm can be idiotically bogged down in traditional notions of what is hot. Of course, its fine for her to prefer young stuff but to generalize her taste to good or refined taste is egotistical, closed-minded and, given that she subscribes to a hegemonic aesthetic, downright patriarchal.

by Anonymousreply 103/27/2011

This made me think of Jason Patric in Lost Boys. He was breathtaking in the movie, looking right on the cusp of manhood. And once he reached it and lost that boyish look he wasn't as hot.

by Anonymousreply 203/27/2011

Is Germaine Greer the guy who played Grandpa on The Waltons?

by Anonymousreply 303/27/2011

I've met Germaine Greer. She is an ass.

by Anonymousreply 403/27/2011

Details, r4?

by Anonymousreply 503/27/2011

Well. She's right. If she were a man saying that about a young woman, you'd all agree.

by Anonymousreply 603/27/2011

She's seventy-two years old, and for anyone of seventy-two to moon over teenagers is just nasty!

by Anonymousreply 703/27/2011

It's my bone structure, dear!

by Anonymousreply 803/27/2011

I heard that when she dies her clit is being donated to the Cathedral at Ulm for use as a clapper for one of the great leaden bells.

by Anonymousreply 903/27/2011

I kind of like puffy, rowdy Crowe. I bet he's good in the sack.

by Anonymousreply 1003/27/2011

I didn't think Greer had been taken seriously by anyone for a long, long time.

by Anonymousreply 1103/27/2011

This from a woman who fucked Fellini.

by Anonymousreply 1203/27/2011

I must admit, hearing men spoken of this way stung (because I am closer to what Crowe has become versus what he was at 18). People talk about women like this all the time; it must suck to be a woman in that regard.

by Anonymousreply 1303/27/2011

Russell Crowe in his younger days. Not sure what age he is here.

by Anonymousreply 1403/27/2011

He's probably close to 18 in this photo. Crowe used the name "Russ le Roq" when he was around 17 or 18.

by Anonymousreply 1503/27/2011

Early 20s maybe?

by Anonymousreply 1603/27/2011

A very young Russell Crowe.

by Anonymousreply 1703/27/2011

Another pic of him in his younger years.

He's not ugly, but he's certainly not the junior Adonis that Greer made him out to be.

by Anonymousreply 1803/27/2011

He was never that handsome

by Anonymousreply 1903/27/2011

"If she were a man saying that about a young woman, you'd all agree"%0D %0D %0D %0D Wrong. If she were a guy drooling over teenage girls people would call her a perv

by Anonymousreply 2003/27/2011

I've never found Russell Crowe attractive - neither now nor in his young adult years. He always looked a bit like Lady Elaine Fairchilde to me.

by Anonymousreply 2103/27/2011

Russ Le Roq? Tres gay.

by Anonymousreply 2203/27/2011

Well, I thought he was hot in that western he did with Sharon Stone. He turned puffy and surly, but he was attractive once.

by Anonymousreply 2303/27/2011

It depends on the guy. Some guys are hottest as twinks, others peak as hot daddies!

by Anonymousreply 2403/27/2011

"He always looked a bit like Lady Elaine Fairchilde to me.%0D %0D %0D %0D LOL!%0D

by Anonymousreply 2503/27/2011

Crowe is looking absolutely dreadful. His gut is even bigger than in this picture. I was trying to find the shot of him from the side where he looks like he's about to drop triplets:

by Anonymousreply 2603/27/2011

R24, I was thinking the same thing. Just look at Micheal Fassbender. Twerpy looking in his early twenties, ruggedly handsome now

by Anonymousreply 2703/27/2011

Russell Crowe has aged really badly. Puffy and exhausted-looking.

I don't know about mooning over 18-year-old girls, but if a woman aged as badly as he has she'd be ripped to shreds on DL and everywhere else.

by Anonymousreply 2803/27/2011

He was beautiful in the Australian movie PROOF.

He's just a bloated mess now.

by Anonymousreply 2903/27/2011

I have no idea how Ms. Greer got the impression of "winsome" even in the young Russell Crowe.

by Anonymousreply 3003/27/2011

Maybe she's thinking of Rupert Graves. Rupert was winsome.

by Anonymousreply 3103/27/2011

[quote]Well. She's right.

No, she's not, at least not from most women's perspective. A boy is just that...a boy. A straight woman is looking for a MAN. They may not want a Russell Crowe-like slob, but beards and other signs of masculinity are not undesirable. 'Winsome and lovely' are not attributes that really get the motor running for anyone past the hearts, unicorns and Hello Kitty age.

I'm in my thirties. When I look at teenage boys, I see kids. It's like unripened fruit. They're not even on the radar.

by Anonymousreply 3203/27/2011

Germaine Greer, is she still around making ridiculous statements?

Even back when she was on publicity tours to promote "Female Eunuch" she was fucking much younger men.

by Anonymousreply 3303/27/2011

Germaine Greer is a Lez of course she likes feminine looking boys.

by Anonymousreply 3403/27/2011

R10, there is a famous kiss-and-tell story about Russell that was doing the rounds. Apparently, in the "heat of battle" he started exclaiming "Go, Russ, go!", doubtless to urge himself on to greater exertion.

And at the climax he yelled "VICTORY!!!".

How he finds room for anyone else in his lovemaking is a mystery.

by Anonymousreply 3503/27/2011


Is she under the impression that aging men are more likely to wear singlets?

by Anonymousreply 3603/28/2011

Why do so many women who politically challenge what's seen as a typical male and societal obsession with young nubile women and the lack of erotic respect for mature women, feel the need to hypocritically emulate those it by not only exalting male youth but by also denigrating mature men?

A true benchmark of liberation, Germaine, would be rebelling against patriarchy by acknowledging that mature people of both sexes can be sexy.

by Anonymousreply 3703/28/2011

This type of discussion really brings out the cultural commisars, demanding that sexual desire follow some type of political or feminist agenda.

by Anonymousreply 3803/28/2011

She's being persecuted for speaking the truth!

by Anonymousreply 3903/28/2011

I love her

by Anonymousreply 4003/28/2011

Because young people are by and large more attractive than old people, r37.

Is it fair? No. Is it nice? No. Is it PC? No.

But it's the truth, and spouting a bunch of feminist anti-patriarchal malarkey or making an effort to say nice things about the attractiveness of older women (or men) or pointing out an attractive mature person won't really change that.

Young people are more beautiful than old people. Accept it and move on from there.

by Anonymousreply 4103/28/2011

Poor Germs. It's interesting only in the fact that she says is now considered taboo for gay men to say, and gay media doesn't dare print it.

For example, see the long interview in the latest issue of the Swedish fashion mag Bon, with Karl Andersson talking about his boy publishing ventures: ostensibly an art project provoked by Paglia. Gay media today, apart from perhaps Butt, wouldn't dare dream of printing such an article.

by Anonymousreply 4203/28/2011

Prince William is the poster boy for looking better at 18.%0D %0D He also wins for going from winsome beauty to ugly troll faster than any commoner. That's royalty for you, they do things so much better than the rest of us.

by Anonymousreply 4303/28/2011

Who is Germaine Greer and what is "singlety"?

by Anonymousreply 4403/28/2011

I prefer the "Sum of Us" Russ.

by Anonymousreply 4503/28/2011

thank you R45, I was going to say how cute he was in that also.

by Anonymousreply 4603/28/2011

"Young people are more beautiful than old people. Accept it and move on from there."%0D %0D %0D %0D %0D %0D You are dumb. Whining about political correctness makes you sound like a Rush Limbaugh follower, too. I bet you watch Fox News.%0D %0D

by Anonymousreply 4703/28/2011

I'm a woman and I agree with her, although I've never expressed my views to anyone before. It's not true of all men, of course - many of them need time to grow into their looks, but that is true of many women as well. Generally, though, I resent society's expectation that women are supposed to find old men attractive, and I resent having men who have long lost their looks (if they ever had them to begin with) thrust upon us as "sex symbols."

by Anonymousreply 4803/28/2011

R48 I agree. Jack Nicholson comes to mind. There he is sitting in the front row of the Oscars every year with some new starlet and she's supposed to act like she's thrilled.

by Anonymousreply 4903/28/2011

[quote]resent society's expectation that women are supposed to find old men attractive, and I resent having men who have long lost their looks (if they ever had them to begin with) thrust upon us as "sex symbols."

Remember that shitty movie Entrapment? Where beautiful Catherine Zeta-Jones gets it on with gross old fart Sean Connery? Bleah!

MadTV did an awesome send-up of that movie; when the CZJ character exposes Connery's flabby old manboobs, she retches uncontrollably.

by Anonymousreply 5003/28/2011

[quote]Prince William is the poster boy for looking better at 18. He also wins for going from winsome beauty to ugly troll faster than any commoner.

Agreed. He was beautiful at 18, looking just enough like his mother to be pleasing to the eye.

Nowadays, he looks like he belongs in the old Conan O'Brien sketch "If They Mated", where they take the worst of each parent and combine them to make a true monstrosity.

by Anonymousreply 5103/28/2011

"spouting a bunch of feminist anti-patriarchal malarkey or making an effort to say nice things about the attractiveness of older women (or men) or pointing out an attractive mature person won't really change that"%0D %0D You're missing the point. It's right and proper, and healthy, that young people find other young people attractive. Youth and beauty do go together - what is repulsive about Greer, however, is she's in her 70s and still mooning over adolescent boys. That is sick, that is warped, that is disturbed, and a sure sign of what a flaming narcissist she is (as if any more proof were needed). %0D %0D And - in general - my experience is that old people Greer's age who continue to obsess over teenagers and twentysomethings & insist that it's "normal" are invariably people in a state of arrested development emotionally. Of course it's normal to celebrate the beauty of youth, but it's also normal for people, as they age, to start finding other people attractive who are in their age range. Greer evidently doesn't, and she's proud of that fact, and she also insists that it's a sign of a superior intellect that she thinks like she does. She acts like a male chauvinist asshole - only in reverse - and then expects people to praise her for it. %0D %0D But she's still an idiot. The only reason she thinks like this is she can't fathom a relationship based on anything other than mere voyeurism. By her logic, nobody should get involved with anyone else at all, they should just look at porn all day - or if you have a partner, you should simply trade them in as soon as they pass their 25th birthday, and simply find another 18-year-old, go another seven years, then dump them and go again. That is the logical conclusion one should draw from Greer's argument. %0D %0D The other thing she doesn't mention, or doesn't notice, is that Russell Crowe really did get better looking in his 30s. Sure, he doesn't look too great now, but he really was not that great looking as a teen. There are guys (and girls) who are at there most stunning on their first cusp of adulthood, but Crowe wasn't one of them. And oftentimes those beautiful Adonises - like Jude Law for example - age rapidly and lose their looks very fast. They peaked young and the bloom went off the rose early.

by Anonymousreply 5203/28/2011

r48, you are right. Why shouldn't mature women look at young men? That is sexually normal.

by Anonymousreply 5303/28/2011

No, he wasn't all that, but I do remember he was cute in Sum of Us, the movie where he played gay.

by Anonymousreply 5403/28/2011

If men can leer over young boys, why can't women?

by Anonymousreply 5503/28/2011

[quote]Of course it's normal to celebrate the beauty of youth, but it's also normal for people, as they age, to start finding other people attractive who are in their age range. %0D %0D Agreed.%0D %0D In my younger days, I never found anyone over 30 attractive. But as I grew older, so did my tastes, so to speak. I can appreciate the beauty of youth, but in terms of attraction, only those in my age range (40's) will do.

by Anonymousreply 5603/28/2011

The Cover Boy on his opinions about Greer's book:

by Anonymousreply 5703/28/2011

[quote]In my younger days, I never found anyone over 30 attractive.

I never found anyone UNDER 30 attractive. When I came out few of us boys wanted to sleep with our peers: icky poo. It would have been like screwing teddy. It was older men that were the prize!

by Anonymousreply 5803/29/2011

Watch the movie "The Sum of Us." It's the one where Crowe plays a gay man, quite nicely too. He was adorable. If he doesn't look the same now as he did decades ago, so what? I don't think he gives a damn about what Greer or anybody else says about him. And it's not like he was ever a pretty boy in the first place; he was always more of a character actor than a heartthrob.

by Anonymousreply 5903/29/2011

[quote]The Cover Boy on his opinions about Greer's book:

I think it was his own attitude that fucked up his life, not Visconti. But then I never saw the beauty others proclaimed: he reminded me of a wet dishcloth.

by Anonymousreply 6003/29/2011

r52 is right - Crowe was his hottest circa Gladiator. Ten times more appealing than the "Le Roq" era.

For what it's worth, I'm female, 42, and have never been attracted to teenagers. I started dating men that were 10 years older than me (at least) by the time I was 19.

Now when I see an 18 year old boy I admit to appreciating the beauty of their physique. But I'd rather watch female porn for kicks and fantasies and keep on sleeping with my "old man".

by Anonymousreply 6103/29/2011

Yup, mid-30s Crowe was tastiest. Fortunately, his voice never ages so I can just close my eyes and dream.

by Anonymousreply 6203/29/2011

You missed all chapters of the book. Kurt Cobain was gorgeous, he died gorgeous and unhappiest. Marilyn Monroe was gorgeous and died miserably and unhappiest. The list is long. Nothing is more gorgeous than ageing with the beloved one. Russell Crowe was smart enough to leave LA; Instead of ending 6 feet under with OD, AIDS or writing scripts where all sleep with all in some huge gorgeously hideous Roman orgy. He got 2 gorgeous kids in gorgeous Sydney with gorgeous peaceful cows. Happiness is gorgeous.

by Anonymousreply 6302/16/2012

A better example of this would have been Mel Gibson. I don't find a young Crowe that hot. He reached his peak at Gladiator.

by Anonymousreply 6402/16/2012

r32 has it. Young Crowe = callow. LA Confidential/Gladiator Crowe = sex on a stick. He still had it in 3:10 to Yuma. Now it's just in his voice.

by Anonymousreply 6502/16/2012

She's a hypocritical perv.

by Anonymousreply 6602/16/2012

It's not fun being on the receiving end of such statements, but it's just a little taste of the shallow cruelty that is directed at women all the time.

by Anonymousreply 6702/16/2012

Only pathetic morons or seriously sick people keep lusting exclusively after teenagers when they grow old, no matter which gender. What is it called again? It's an perverted fixation like pedophilia, just on a different age.

by Anonymousreply 6802/16/2012

Why do we give a free pass to women lusting after young boys but not grown men who do the same?

I don't see anyone congratulating Jerry Sandusky for being a "man of taste" because he lusts after boys.

by Anonymousreply 6902/16/2012

What do you mean, Germaine? Russell is still gorgeous today--just look at him!

by Anonymousreply 7002/16/2012

Hubba, hubba! He's 100% all-man!

by Anonymousreply 7102/16/2012

Today and ten years ago in "Gladiator"--as you can see, he looks exactly the same!

by Anonymousreply 7202/16/2012

And one last look:

by Anonymousreply 7302/16/2012

In all fairness this is how he looks now.

by Anonymousreply 7402/16/2012

I agree with her that most men are at their most beautiful at college age. That doesn't mean she wants to have sex with someone that age. It's an aesthetic judgment.

by Anonymousreply 7502/16/2012

Germaine Greer sounds like an idiot. At no time in his life was Russell Crowe ever "winsome" or "lovely." And he never had anything approaching "charm." I wouldn't even have called him handsome. He DID have a lot of animal magetism and sex appeal. When he gets himself in shape, he still has it. He's an Austalian who likes his cigs and beer; does she think he should still look the same way he did when he was 18? She's an airhead!

by Anonymousreply 7602/16/2012

It's more than aesthetics. We're hardwired by nature to be sexually attracted to younger people. Better chance of having children. Gray hair in nature signifies to old to mate with. An easy way of telling.

by Anonymousreply 7702/16/2012

We are not hardwired to find people attractive when they are "not really a man yet".

Besides your point is pretty hilarious on a gay site. Surely we are hardwired to be heterosexual, only fucking chance of having children. Or maybe this argument is a little too simplistic.

by Anonymousreply 7802/16/2012

Some people mature nicely, even outstripping youth. Also lots of ugly ducklings go through an awkward phase.

Generally, except for the beautiful, youth will trump age. It's not just the figure and wrinkles, think of the age spots,the sags,the hair and skin,the clear eyes. Who wouldn't find healthy youth attractive?

by Anonymousreply 7902/16/2012

What she said makes complete sense from a biological perspective. Males reach their sexual peak early.

by Anonymousreply 8002/16/2012

She said this many years ago. I don't think these are new quotes at all.

Crowe was at his best in his LA Confidential days and soon thereafter. His bulbous looking face will never be that attractive again - no matter how much weight he loses.

But winsome? Hardly.

by Anonymousreply 8102/16/2012

[quote]I've met Germaine Greer. She is an ass.

Doesn't surprise me at all. She's always an old bitch on television and she's anti-gay.

by Anonymousreply 8202/16/2012

She's so dead wrong about Russell Crowe that I fear she may be a bit senile and has him confused him with someone else. RC was at his absolute sexiest in LA Confidential. My God he was a stud. Those pix of him as a teenager you wouldn't even give a second look. Winsome? WTF?

It's interesting how we pine for our lost youth and beauty, but if you ask most adults if they would want to relive their late teens, the vast majority say, "no way." For me it was such a time of angst and unhappiness that I would never want to go back there.

I love this quote from a dear old friend of mine. She said, "I wish I could have my 18 year old body with my 40 year old brain. Now THAT would be like driving a Corvette." LOL!

by Anonymousreply 8302/16/2012

[quote]Germaine Greer: Well, boys are beautiful, see, they're not beardy and singlety.

What does singlety mean?

by Anonymousreply 8402/16/2012

A singlet is a wife beater, so I'm guessing she's envisioning a sloppy, middle aged Ralph Kramden type.

by Anonymousreply 8502/16/2012

He looked great in Romper Stomper as a young man, and later in The Gladiator as a mature man.

by Anonymousreply 8602/16/2012

He looks at least ten years older in those present day pics. He's 50 but looks 60.

by Anonymousreply 8702/16/2012

That someone admired by many for her trailblazing in sexual politics should make such a ridiculous sexual political generalization, trivializing and juvenile in its overbroad and oversimplistic portrayal of women's desire and bullying and imperious in its oppressive and conventional characterization of male desirability, mirroring the way male-dominated culture has dictated what is desirable in women, is, to say the least, disheartening.

by Anonymousreply 8802/16/2012

I like me ciggies an' bangers!

by Anonymousreply 8902/16/2012

I thought "Romper Stomper" was one of his best films. He was amazing in that and incredibly sexy, despite the fact that his character was a racist skinhead.

by Anonymousreply 9002/17/2012

That zit/mole in between his eyebrows always irked me. Pop it or remove, soo annoying!@

by Anonymousreply 9102/17/2012

In australia, a 'singlet' is what I think americans call a tank top or undershirt, and the British call a 'vest'.

For a very long time, many working class blue collar men in oz would wear a navy blue singlet, usually navy blue short shorts (often called 'stubbies' - not to be confused with the term 'stubby' for a small bottle of beer! Confusing I know!) and footy (football) sox and steel capped workbooks. This unofficial 'uniform' was especially prevalent in the building and construction industry, among dock workers, etc.

When work by young, tanned, fit, sporty, athletic young men it looked hot. Left very little to the imagination...

Sadly tho, those godlike young men twenty years later often had ceased to play sport, ate junk food, drank a lot, smoked a lot and had way too much sun. Yet they still wore their 'uniform' - which had long since ceased to be flattering to their big beer guts.

The whole singlet and shorts look is kinda disappearing now - most industries now have official uniforms that cover a bit more skin and are more practical - but in the while it's a hot country (temperature-wise) - and especially among older straight working class guys you can still find many wearing it - which us what I assume Greer means by 'singlety'. Any old working class urban or country pub of a summer's afternoon when the working day is done you'll find em congregating outside - they're no longer allowed to smoke indoors by law.

by Anonymousreply 9202/19/2012

Sorry - third para was meant to read

When worn by young, tanned, fit, sporty, athletic young men it looked hot. Left very little to the imagination...

Outta memory I think Crowe himself or the actors that play his dad and/or boyfriend might well wear this 'uniform' in 'The Sum of Us' - and I think evne the very young & beautiful Mel Gibson may wear it in the film 'Tim' as well (and if that's the case - now picture current day Mel trying to get away with the same look...not pleasant!)

I always think the singlet-and-shots-and-boots look resembles the old AFL or Aussie Rule football uniform here. The shorts were like freakin' hotpants for men in the old days...

And in his early stand up work, Oz comedian Paul Hogan used to wear a similar outfit while he did his working-class schtick (tho he tended to wear a buttoned-up shit - sans sleeves - instead of a singlet to go with his shorts, footy sox & boots). Sure he wouldn't be seen dead in that these days - for which everyone is eternally grateful.

by Anonymousreply 9302/19/2012

I've never found him all that great looking. He looks like he has Irish and aboriginal heritage. I don't know what makes him different from lots of Australians and New Zealanders

by Anonymousreply 9402/19/2012

We call them wifebeaters cuz all the Sicilian-American guys wore them.

by Anonymousreply 9502/19/2012

ah! always wondered where the term 'wifebeater' for that style of jacket came from - never thought to look it up!

but yeah - a 'wifebeater' is a jacket - a 'singlet' is a tank-top style undershirt that used to be deemed appropriate for workwear in oz (and still is in some circles) if it's dark blue or black.

white ones have always been considered underwear tho.

by Anonymousreply 9602/19/2012


"...he tended to wear a buttoned-up shit" - meant to be shirt - not shit :)

by Anonymousreply 9702/19/2012

I agree I'll take Mr. Crowe right now!! Bet he is bad, naughty and as poster said great in the sack.

by Anonymousreply 9811/29/2012

[quote]Bet he is bad,

That's a no-brainer.


Again, that's a given

[quote]and as poster said great in the sack.

And that's where you're almost certainly wrong. Alcoholics have huge problems getting it up.

by Anonymousreply 9911/29/2012

I agree that men are at their most beautiful at college age: 18-24.

by Anonymousreply 10011/29/2012

Germaine Greer loves to be controversial. She'd love this thread, especially as the subject matter is very old news. She's gone on to many other controversies since this one.

She bothers me in that she is an academic but comes out with the most ridiculous theories. On the other hand she is really entertaining, and along with the nonsense she also can make a lot of sense on some things.

As for older women ogling man-boys - I don't think it is quite like that, but if it (whatever it s) is so very objectionable, I guess we'd better try and get the Italians to ban everyone over the age of 20 (female or male) from visiting the Statue of David in Florence!!

by Anonymousreply 10111/30/2012

[r100]: I agree as well. Men's beauty is over by 25.

by Anonymousreply 10211/30/2012

[quote] I agree that men are at their most beautiful at college age: 18-24.

R100, I am so excited. I have dreamed of this since I was about 3. My chance at last to talk to Elmo in person - almost.

Welcome to the board, Mr. Clash. May I call you Kevin?

by Anonymousreply 10311/30/2012

The irony.

That a crusader for sexual liberation and for people celebrating their own sexuality comes, and a crusader against traditional male-defined standards of what is and what is not desirable, comes out with a monolithic dimwitted short-sighted diatribe praising young hairless boyish beauty and denigrating mature manly sexiness.

When will they ever learn? When will they ever learn?

by Anonymousreply 10411/30/2012

Idiot women like this one can't deal with adult men just like all the men who prefer adolescent girls or boys!!!


by Anonymousreply 10511/30/2012

Some second-hand gossip about the young Russell Crowe, FWIW.

A friend of mine was a big Rocky Horror fan when she was 15, and she and her school friend used to hang around the stage door of the Melbourne production in 1987. Crowe, who would've been about 23 at the time, was playing the Eddie/Dr Scott role.

Anyhow, she said that while the rest of the cast was generally pleasant, there was something really 'off' about Crowe. He would show the girls naked pictures of male cast members in the shower and say stuff like, 'You want to suck (cast member's) big dick, don't you?' And then smirk at their embarrassment.

My friend said they were totally weirded out by him. Not just because a grown man was showing them nude pics and saying aggressively sexual stuff, but by the fact that Crowe really seemed to be getting off on how uncomfortable he was making them.

by Anonymousreply 10611/30/2012

Wow! Thanks, R106. Very interesting.

What else you got? Spill, please.

by Anonymousreply 10711/30/2012

A lot of bitter old men in this thread!

by Anonymousreply 10811/30/2012
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