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History of Sex in Cinema: This lurid, potent "fallen woman" pre-Code melodramatic Warner Bros. It was the subject of intense scrutiny and Code-related censorship. The film's trailer left nothing to the imagination: It was fatal to offer her LOVE. The "pre-release" version of the film, considered amoral, faced Production Code censorship challenges almost immediately that demanded four minutes of cuts.

Warner Brothers had to make numerous changes for the theatrical version by reshooting several scenes and adding new ones, and re-dubbing or changing dialogue. In any case, the film still retained its sensational nature and offended some critics and conservative audiences.

She retaliated by smashing a beer bottle over his head. This was just one example of how her abusive bootlegging father Robert Barrat was prostituting her to perform sexual favors, and allowed her to be pawed by drunks. One of the film's censored lines in italics delivered to her angered father was explicit: I'm the tramp and who's to blame? A swell start you gave me! Ever since I was 14, what's it been?! Dirty rotten men, and you're lower than any of 'em.

I'll hate you as long as I live. After her father's death, she vengefully used the principles of Nietzche's Will to Power , quoted to her by cranky local cobbler Cragg Alphonse Ethier. Use men to get the things you want. Remember the price of the wrong way is too great.

To move to New York, she had sweet-talked a railyard brakeman James Murray and offered him sex to acquire free train fare - with this come-on after a sly and seductive grin at him: The workman's gloves came off before he dimmed his lantern in the boxcar.

In the city, she continued to use her provocative charms and feminine allure to land a job: Chubby Personnel officer Mr. She used the same line with him: She became a carnal, calculating gold-digger, and literally seduced - and then discarded many male victims as she slept her way to the top literally of a banking corporation, the Gotham Trust Company.

She ascended from floor to floor - the camera panned up the side of the building to illustrate her ascent from the Personnel Office, then to the Filing Dept. It's sickening the way those two carry on. You'd never think he had a wife and three kids. One of her rejected suitors, who invited her out but was soundly rejected, was lowly office worker Jimmy McCoy Jr. Another secretary reminded him: Baby Face is movin' out of your class. An earlier version of the film had an ambiguous ending regarding the outcome of a character's suicide attempt, but the theatrical ending tacked-on, preachy and phony included punishment of the protagonists and a conclusion in which the main female character justly learned her lesson.

It told about an inter-racial, love-hate romance, involving deception, kidnapping, abuse whipping , rape? He was known for taking advantage of female tourists by disguising his true identity - as part of a tribal coming-of-age ritual. The scheming, deceitful, persistent and opportunistic Jamil, after wooing Diana with love songs and flattery, soon confessed that he was really an Arab sheik-prince that wanted her hand in marriage. After many forced advances upon her, she finally accepted his proposal, but then humiliated him during their wedding ceremony, and fled to Cairo to be married to Gerald.

Again, she fell under Jamil's spell when he reappeared he was now wanted for the capital offense of piracy , sang her a love song, and professed that he would rather die than leave her. Dressed as a bride, Diana realized her true love for him and voluntarily abandoned her wedding to Gerald. She floated down the Nile with Jamil, to fulfill her romantic fantasies. It was noted as scandalous for Diana's nude lounge-in-the-bathtub scene at an oasis, although the actress later admitted in her autobiography that she was wearing a flesh-tinted body suit.

Even animated shorts would often need to be censored. Bosko was hosting a theatrical stage show and sing-a-long while playing a "mighty Furtilizer organ. He was angrily responding to darkly-dressed, mustached, stereotypical villain Dirty Dalton who was riding his bicycle to capture Bosko's girlfriend Honey, seen in a projected burlesque melodrama.

Bosko proposed to save her from the dastardly 'cur. It displayed rampant drunkenness and adultery, implied bestiality with Elmer, a goat , lechery, and statutory rape. It was one of the casualties of the era - unfortunately, a destroyed or lost film. The world's smoothest salesmen are in town today for the most convulsing convention in history! They'll have the Freedom of the City - and will they take liberties! See them making hey-hey See the convention sweeties do their stuff!

Meet them all at your peril in the most hilarious hit in years -. It told about unhappily-married, out-of-town conventioneers - the sales force of the Honeywell Rubber Company - pursuing extra-marital affairs and inebriation during their stay in Atlantic City, NJ. The characters in the film included two competing salesmen for the manager job: Kent attempted to seduce boss J. Honeywell's Grant Mitchell underaged teenaged daughter, Claire Honeywell Patricia Ellis as a way to acquire the managerial position.

He would ruin the girl in a scandal, force marriage, and then become the boss' son-in-law - and shoo-in for the job. However, he had second thoughts about her age: Director Ernst Lubitsch's suggestive romantic sex comedy was based on Noel Coward's intelligent play. This film was released only six months before the Production Code began to be enforced.

Because of its risky and unacceptable subject matter and sexual interplay for its time although completely toned down and handled with Lubitsch's brand of innuendo, sophistication and subtlety , it was forbidden for re-release or re-make for its 'gross travesty of marriage' in the film's second half.

The plot was about a sexy menage a trois , an unorthodox love relationship between two Americans and one female, who were sharing a Bohemian apartment in Paris: Ecstasy , Czech aka Ekstase or Extase. This Czechoslovakian romantic drama by Czech filmmaker Gustav Machaty was once notorious, earth-shattering and scandalous. The film was confiscated by the Treasury Department US Customs when it was imported into the US - the first film to be blocked for censorship purposes, although it eventually played without a Hays Code seal at some independent theatres.

Either it was completely banned, partially censored with various cuts , or played with restrictions. Even until only recently, versions were revised with the nudity removed. It was the first theatrically-released film non-pornographic in which the sex act was depicted although off-screen. It was unusual at its time for depicting obvious female sexual pleasure ecstasy during orgasm simulated from the effects of oral sex.

Sexually-frustrated child-bride Eva Hermann 19 year old Hedwig Kiesler, or later known as Hollywood glamour queen Hedy Lamarr was a newly-wed bride, married to elderly, impotent, uncaring husband Emile Zvonimir Rogoz.

They did not consummate their love with sexual relations. The film was censored for a number of scenes of Eva in the nude: The film was, arguably, the first to depict female orgasm from oral sex albeit off-screen , in an adulterous scene with Adam.

The orgasmic expressions were only evident on Eva's face - caused by the director poking her with a safety pin. This pseudo-educational, pre-Code, amateurish exploitation film by producer Bryan Foy about 25 minutes in length was shot at the largest nudist camp in California - 10 miles from Lake Elsinore at an elevation of about 2, feet. It was one of the earliest if not the first "authentic" film made at an American nudist colony.

According to news reports at the time, producer Foy was forced to get an injunction against the Los Angeles police to restrain them from interfering with its exhibition, due to its sensationalist subject matter. It began with a boring lecture around a campfire to a group of clothed individuals about the dangers of "morbid, unhealthy ideas about sex and the human body - you carry them with you through life. There was an abrupt cut to the nudist camp, where a male reporter named Mack James Mack had been assigned to write an article on the camp.

He was encouraged to remove his clothes by cute blonde Prudence Kent Constance Allen, a real-life nudist at the Elysian Fields club, who was discovered at the naturist camp playing baseball - she was the camp's secretary. He met with the camp's elderly director, Dr. King Hobart Glassey , who forecast that he would soon be embarrassed "if you keep your clothes on - you'll continue to be embarrassed, self-conscious, and the entire purpose of your visit here will be lost".

In a short space of time, Dr. King predicted that Mack would feel like one of them - without his clothes on. After they both disrobed, there were many long shots of nudists including families around the camp grounds performing normal activities and playing leap-frog. He waved at Prudence, who was on a rock-outcropping far away. After breakfast, there were more distant views of nudists lying on the ground while sunbathing and playing games, including the national pasttime of baseball, and a pair of boxers engaged in a match, as others took part in a nude walking race filmed from the rear , or a spirited game of volleyball without any clothes restrictions , or a strange water-bucket dousing game.

Mack made a statement about how he had soon forgotten that he was naked. After Prudence splashed water on Mack, they frolicked in the outdoors, then he asked her how she had become a nudist.

She explained how she was in ill health when she was young, and the only thing that cured her was "bathing my body in the open air. A few more pronouncements were made with Prudence standing between Dr. King and Mack about how colds were practically unknown among nudists. King asserted how gathering together collectively as nudists to enjoy the air and sunshine was preferable over practicing nudity privately. He argued for the very morality of being naturally naked better than at dances, nightclubs, or "the average bathing beaches" , and of the common human desire "for social contact" - and the safeguarding of morals by fellow nudists at all times.

Mack bragged that he had witnessed first-hand how the nudists were wholesome, sane, healthy and well-behaved. The campers bid Mack goodbye as he drove off, after he told everyone: I promise what I write will be exactly what I've seen.

Advertising copy for this audacious, pre-Code Roy Del Ruth-directed Warner Bros' film about sexual harrassment proclaimed: Girls who couldn't have been touched with a ft yacht -- ready to do anything to get a job!

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Courtland residents 16 years and older usually get seven hours of sleep at night on weekdays or workdays. Twenty percent of them have trouble sleeping. Seventeen percent of Courtland residents' work involve vigorous-intensity activity that causes large increases in breathing or heart rate, like carrying or lifting heavy loads, digging or construction work for at least 10 minutes continuously.

Thirty percent of people do moderate-intensity activities at work that cause small increases in breathing or heart rate such as brisk walking or carrying light loads for at least 10 minutes continuously. Thirty nine percent walk or bicycle for at least 10 minutes continuously to get to and from places. Twenty eight percent do any vigorous-intensity sports, fitness or recreational activities that cause large increases in breathing or heart rate like running or basketball for at least 10 minutes continuously.

Thirty nine percent do any moderate-intensity sports, fitness or recreational activities that cause a small increase in breathing or heart rate such as brisk walking, bicycling, swimming or golf for at least 10 minutes continuously. People living here spend six hours sitting on a typical day this includes sitting at work, at home, getting to and from places, or with friends, including time spent sitting at a desk, traveling in a car or bus, reading, playing cards, watching television or using a computer.

They usually sit and watch TV or videos for about three hours per day. They use a computer or play computer games including Playstation, Nintendo DS, or other portable video games outside of work or school for 1.

Ten percent of Courtland residents have ever been told by a doctor or other health professional that they had asthma. Seven percent of people living here has anemia, sometimes called "tired blood" or "low blood". Two percent of people 16 years and older have ever been told by a doctor or other health care professional that they had psoriasis. Thirty six percent are overweight. Fourteen percent of people 60 years and older have difficulties in thinking or remembering that can make a big difference in everyday activities this does not refer to occasionally forgetting your keys or the name of someone you recently met.

This refers to things like confusion or memory loss that are happening more often or getting worse. Nine percent of people living in Courtland have ever received a blood transfusion. Nineteen percent have trouble seeing, even when wearing glasses or contact lenses. Fourteen percent of people 20 and older have arthritis. Three percent have ever been told they had gout. Two percent have congestive heart failure. One percent have coronary heart disease. One percent have angina, also called angina pectoris.

Two percent have ever had a heart attack, also called myocardial infarction. Two percent have been ever told by a doctor or other health professional that they had a stroke. Four percent have another thyroid problem. Three percent have ever had chronic bronchitis. Fifty eight percent of births in Courtland were vaginal deliveries.

Forty two percent of deliveries were cesarean. Fifty eight percent of pregnancies resulted in a delivery. Forty percent of women breastfeed their children. Fourteen percent of women in Courtland have ever had a hysterectomy, including a partial hysterectomy that is, surgery to remove their uterus or womb. Five percent had both of their ovaries removed either when they had their uterus removed or at another time. Seventy three percent have ever taken birth control pills for any reason.

Six percent of women are currently taking birth control pills. Thirty one percent have ever used Depo-Provera or injectable birth control to prevent pregnancy.

People living in Courtland report their general health condition on average at 54 percent. Five percent of them donate blood. Excluding tests they have had as part of blood donations, 59 percent of Courtland residents have ever had their blood tested for the AIDS virus infection.

Ten percent of people living in Courtland are left-handed. This is 28 percent of their income. This is five percent of their income. This is six percent of their income. This is one percent of their income. People living in Courtland report their general condition of hearing on average at 85 percent. Eighty eight percent of them can usually hear and understand, without the use of a hearing aid or any other listening devices, what a person says without seeing his or her face if that person whispers to them from across a quiet room.

Ninety eight percent of people can hear a normal voice across a quiet room. Eleven percent of Courtland population have been bothered by ringing, roaring or buzzing in their ears or head. Thirty one percent of people living here have ever had a job where they were exposed to loud sounds or noise.

Loud means so loud that they must speak in a raised voice to be heard. Bill Clinton won the election. Researching the history of Murphy Brown while writing a book about female showrunners, I was amazed by how familiar all these battles felt. Thirty years have passed, but America seems to be stuck in a feedback loop.

Back then we had George H. Bush and Dan Quayle wringing their hands about family values and welfare queens. Diane English sees Murphy Brown as part of a continuum: How apt that Murphy Brown should return now for a victory lap, with a new lease on her symbolic life.

Given the existing evidence base for adolescent SRH programs delivered through the locations mentioned by respondents in this study schools, youth centers, health facilities [ 17 ] an important consideration is that evidence is still needed for program impacts for VYA and implementation of programs involving VYA and adolescents in the development of youth-directed programs.

Capitalizing on the existing peer and adult social networks of VYA could lead to more sustained impact of SRH interventions that utilize community-, clinic-, or youth center-based approaches, particularly in times of displacement.

Focus group discussions may have limited the depth of information collected when compared to an alternative of conducting in-depth interviews. However, the study team decided on focus groups as the method for data collection in order more closely compare convergent and divergent opinions among participants. It is possible that different group dynamics were captured in these two sites making direct comparisons more difficult. In addition, the mixed groups of boys and girls may have caused changes in responses from either sex.

However, the local partner organization in Mae La refugee camp had previous experience conducting mixed group discussions for similar topics and, in agreement with school and community leaders helping to organize, felt that these FGD could be conducted with both boys and girls together and we did not see any differences in the data or receive any feedback that the mixed group FGD were problematic for the participants. Also, while initial processing of the interview results was done as a group process, utilizing data collectors reviewing Myanmar language manuscripts and discussing findings in Myanmar language and English, the data analysis in NVivo was done with English language translations of the Myanmar language interview transcripts.

Thus, some nuance and meaning of the original comments could have been lost or misinterpreted in the English-language analysis. Finally, analysis did not include looking at the similarities or differences in responses from in-school and out-of-school participants. What we found was that, to a large degree, the same themes emerged from both locations, in terms of the awareness of body changes and puberty, the centrality of peer influences, and the value of education. Perhaps this is not surprising if we consider that both types of migration from Myanmar have been protracted, motivated by decades of conflict, human rights abuse and hardship.

Indeed, compared to the refugee camp, boys and girls in Mae Sot expressed more concerns about their physical safety, with girls fearing rape and abuse and boys fearing arrests from immigration officers and police.

These two populations, living in such close proximity to one another, and sharing so much of a common history of displacement and a current reality of marginality call for youth-directed programs supported by both the humanitarian and development communities to study the effectiveness of SRH programs and policies for vulnerable young adolescents in migration.

These new approaches could involve programs and policies that meaningfully involve key influential adults identified by vulnerable young adolescents and utilize the specific places young adolescents, themselves, voice as being critical settings for obtaining information on SRH issues. Coupled with the approaches for this type of vulnerable youth population is the need for systematic and rigorous study of the interventions in order to increase the evidence-base for SRH programs for adolescents in low resource settings, and specifically in migration.

We would like to acknowledge the efforts of the data collectors and translators who worked with us on this project, as well as the participants who gave their time to provide these data.

Research was implemented thanks to generous support provided from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Additional support for the dissemination of findings, including publication charge for this manuscript, was provided by the Government of Canada.

This article has been published as part of Conflict and Health Volume 11 Supplement 1, The full contents of the supplement are available online at https: CL, YA and PKL were responsible for training and implementation at the field level, as well as the initial local language analysis.

SS conducted the analysis of the English language transcripts. All authors reviewed and approved the final text. Verbal consent was obtained from study participants in Myanmar and Karen languages. Springer Nature remains neutral with regard to jurisdictional claims in published maps and institutional affiliations.

Paw Kree Lar, Email: National Center for Biotechnology Information , U. Journal List Confl Health v. Published online Nov Author information Copyright and License information Disclaimer. Methods A total of 22 focus group discussions FGD were conducted with participants. Conclusions To a large degree, the same themes emerged from both locations, in terms of the awareness of body changes and puberty, the centrality of peer influences, and the value of education.

Methods Design and setting In September and October of , focus group discussions FGD and participatory methods were employed to better understand the lived realities of VYA related to the SRH-related topics of gender roles, safety, risks, community norms and expectations. Participant recruitment Two sites were included to increase the ability to compare and contrast data from individuals with similar background living in separate, but closely related and geographically nearby, settings.

Analysis An initial local language analysis [ 14 , 15 ] was conducted in Mae Sot immediately following data collection. Results Participant characteristics A total of 22 focus groups were conducted with participants enrolled in the study. Table 1 Focus Group Discussion Characteristics. Open in a separate window. Community Community assets related to SRH Places of worship were noted within all FGDs of this age group, as an enjoyable place to spend time with their peers, receive religious teachings and seek guidance on moral and personal issues.

Community-level cultural beliefs and attitudes regarding premarital sexual relationships On several occasions, adults stated that the attitudes and behaviors of current adolescents in their communities contrast greatly from their attitudes when they, themselves, were young.

Collective socialization Media such as television, movies and Internet were seen as important contributors towards the attitudes and behaviors of children and young adolescents. Safety and physical environment Children 10—14 in both communities reported spending the majority of their time outside of the house. Connections Places of formal and informal education provided very young adolescents with additional resources when seeking health information.

Peers Behaviors and expectations Adults and older adolescents noted childhood as a period when young adolescents spend most of their time making friendships and spending time with their peers either at school or in recreational spaces.

Peer norms and values for peer intimate and non-intimate relationships All adolescent age groups discussed the effect of pregnancy on their relationships with peers. Family Family-level gender norms and values The differences in the roles of girls and boys, and mothers and fathers were clearly noted by all age groups.

Expectations and support Adults and adolescents indicated that parents would prefer for their children to aspire to higher educational degrees and professions.

Discussion The results indicate that these experiences are more similar than different, when comparing the refugee context of Mae La camp, with the informal migrant setting of Mae Sot. Limitations Focus group discussions may have limited the depth of information collected when compared to an alternative of conducting in-depth interviews.

Acknowledgements We would like to acknowledge the efforts of the data collectors and translators who worked with us on this project, as well as the participants who gave their time to provide these data. Funding Research was implemented thanks to generous support provided from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Availability of data and materials Not applicable. About this supplement This article has been published as part of Conflict and Health Volume 11 Supplement 1, Consent for publication Not applicable.

Competing interests The authors declare that they have no competing interests. Contributor Information Catherine Lee, Phone: Adolescent health in the 21st century.

Institute for Reproductive Health. Reaching very young adolescents VYAs: Institute for Reproductive Health, Georgetown University. Accessed 15 Apr Investing when it counts: Adolescent sexual and reproductive health toolkit for humanitarian settings.

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Please review our privacy policy. Community assets where VYA seek services such as food, livelihood, and gender-based violence. Cultural beliefs and attitudes of what is expected or appropriate for different age groups. Collective socialization of how adolescents learn to think or behave in certain ways dictated by societal beliefs, values, attitudes. Safety and physical environment of risks perceived, feared, experienced from harm or violence for VYA. Connections with community programs, religious teachings and mentors on SRH.

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