- Feb 15, 2008
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At least they only picked one of the 27 genders, and the person does not have an impediment or terminal disease to boot.just like "new" ghost-busters, all woman team,
Seems Hollywood needs a lesson as to why you done mess with an established formula.
At least they only picked one of the 27 genders, and the person does not have an impediment or terminal disease to boot.
Edit: Just had a look at the pic in the article? That Castrate Semenya?
I don't have a problem with this, they just have to be realistic and consistent with history.
Female spies are a reality and are good at their jobs because of one thing. It is because they can get into the pants of the people who they are meant to spy on. I don't really know how popular that would actually be with the modern snowflake audience.
The other thing they should be realistic with is the reality of what would happen to a female spy if they were caught by the enemy. If James Bond had to endure having his nuts crushed with a knotted rope, the female equivalent should also be on the table. But we all know the bad guys will not be that bad.
Also, they could have just given her another codename and just operate in the same organisation. Heck, it would have been cool to have a cameo and see office banter between her and James Bond. BTW, this does work
No problem with this it might have been cool with cameos from 007. Another code could also work maybe, 17?
Or are all spies in that organisation 007?