The Monogamy Method

Make Him a Monogamy Junkie

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Sexuality Outside Mainstream Filmmaking

Exploitation films sold themselves by specifically discussing those topics forbidden by the Code, such as homosexuality (Children of Loneliness, 1934), venereal disease (Damaged Goods, 1937), interracial sex (Race Suicide, 1937) and unwed pregnancy (Mom and Dad, 1945). In the 1930s and 1940s, exploitation films raised these topics, but in order to warn against them in favor of heterosexual monogamy. They also usually promised more nudity and sexually explicit scenes than they actually delivered (thus keeping within the law).

Ethics of Emotion

There is no discounting the fact that by peddling the ideology of requited love, these shows foreground a certain moral imperative about how, and whom, one should love. And inevitably, a moral imperative attached to practices of love will have gender implications. Indeed, there is something quite uncomfortable about a programme which screens close-ups of women crying while the man at the centre of it all poses thoughtfully elsewhere and muses calmly about the seriousness of what he is doing. There is also something uncomfortable about a show which knowingly sets up monogamy as the goal but polygamy as the process, encouraging a rhetoric of 'honesty' and 'trust' but a practice of 'cheating', since it happily sends the Bachelor on three overnight dates with three different women. Nor is the power differential, which is so obvious when twenty-five women are asked to fawn over one man, exactly corrected by reversing the gender positions and running The Bachelorette in the third series. As...

Sexuality

In the broadest sense, sexuality refers to sexual behavior. While closely tied to biological urges that seem to impel human beings (and other animals) to mate, there are many socially constructed concepts that influence an understanding of sexuality. In many cultures, for example, heterosexual monogamy is considered the only proper sexuality, and all other types of sexual behavior are deemed sinful or unnatural. In the wake of the ''sexual revolution'' of the 1960s, when more men and women felt freer to explore and experiment with other types of sexual relationships, many attempted to hold onto this traditional concept of normal sexuality. As writers such as Michel Foucault and Judith Butler have discussed, though, the concept of sexuality (categorizing sexual desires into orientations that form identities) has been a relatively recent social development with definitions of sexuality being contested and negotiated constantly. Concepts of sexuality have differed from era to era, and...

Critical Debates

Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. According to such a reading, the monster (representing a challenge to the dominant values of heterosexual monogamy), must be defeated by the male hero in order for him to take his proper place in patriarchy by successfully pairing with the inevitable female love interest, typically represented as the attractive daughter of the scientist or lovely lab assistant. Horror films such as Frankenstein, Dracula, and Creature from the Black Lagoon (1954) follow this narrative pattern.

Form and Ideology

Since Brecht and Eisenstein, it has been argued that film, theatre and indeed written narratives in western cultures have been constructed in such a way as to seduce the reader spectator into accepting the dominant ideologies of the age. Among these have been assumptions about heterosexual, monogamous relationships within 'nuclear' family units which, so the argument goes, are designed to reproduce the class, gender and race relations suitable for capitalist exploitation. If poor, downtrodden spectators 'buy into' a social system which actually oppresses them and keeps them poor and enslaved, it is in large part because they unconsciously absorb messages about 'how society has to be' which are disguised as innocent entertainment. Millions of words have been printed arguing about how exactly this happens (and a few more are printed in Chapter 12, in which we shall consider ideology in slightly more detail), but there is a persistent belief, shared here, that this is indeed the job that...

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