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cesariojpn
2/19/20
2:30 PM
2

We used to never hire people with red beards. then we saw the error of our ways. now we only hire people with red beards. Read more

2/19/20
12:58 PM
24

By the end of the article, you really get the sense that this motorsport kind of doesn’t want women.
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2/19/20
12:44 PM
14

The problem is that women are being sold as gimmicks, and they are being sold for their gender rather than their actual talent (cough Danica Patrick cough). If a female driver becomes famous for being an amazing driver, and not a female driver, it would help kill the female racer gimmick.

2/19/20
12:43 PM
45

The idea that women oriented companies would want to sponsor a race team primarily viewed by men was flawed from the start. Read more

2/19/20
12:38 PM
31

A female team isn’t a gimmick entirely, but having a female team because they are female is a gimmick.

2/19/20
12:28 PM
108

I understand the gravity behind the situation, I think. But isn’t fielding an exclusively female team the definition of a gimmick? Read more

2/16/20
10:31 AM
77

This points out the HUGE problem we have with society here in this country right now. For years and years if there were signs that said stay out we stayed out except for a few asshats that would not abide. But now with YouTube and Instagram and a young generation of people that have never been told no this problem has Read more

2/16/20
9:10 AM
23

Unfortunately, our species will never run out of assholes. Morons are still allowed to breed, ya know...

2/14/20
12:10 PM
4

Ghostbusters was/is bad though. But that’s mainly Paul Feig’s fault for being such an arrogant clown.

2/13/20
4:49 PM
4

Yes, that’s what modern audiences need. Another female-centric film from a franchise that was built on male characters. This should end well.

2/13/20
4:14 PM
5

Right! I want to watch an action hero who happens to be female. The Alien movies are awesome and I still love watching them (they’re on HBO Now if you don’t have physical copies). Another good one is Fury Road. That character could have been male or female, but Charlize Theron nailed it because the character didn’t Read more

2/13/20
4:10 PM
7

If they market it correctly. They need to do it in a way that doesn’t alienate men in the process. Read more

2/13/20
3:23 PM
9

Dom decides to go solo on a mission to keep his “family” safe and walks into a trap. It’s up to Letty and Mia, et al. to rescue the Domsel in distress. 

2/13/20
3:10 PM
8

I wouldn’t mind seeing Suki, Leti and Neela fuck some shit up and do some sliding around in RXs and S2ks

2/13/20
3:06 PM
10

All-female spin-offs or remakes are stupid. Why not go through the effort of actually creating a unique story for an all female cast?

2/13/20
3:05 PM
15

Yeah, what a great idea. Then you can blame men and sexism for when the piece of shit flops.

2/13/20
3:01 PM
7

I don’t know, I feel that we deserve better.  We deserve no more Fast & Furious movies.

2/13/20
2:54 PM
6

I’d be 100% in were Charlize Theron featured in such a project. The Italian Job remake is one of my favorite movies, and she’s a large part of it. The word on the street is that she was an ace behind the wheel during the training prior to filming, and that she put some serious whooping on the rest of her costars.