Or would we just treat it like Die Hard, The Edge and The Grey and praise it for being so 'manly'? Apparently a man getting fucked up, but still finding the strength to fight on is badass, but if you change the man to a woman, then suddenly it's gross and misogynistic.
Yeah, the double standard is a bit strange, but that's society for you. It's not an issue I'm especially engaged in, but one might argue that the people freaking out about it and calling these things wrong and misogynistic are no better. After all, aren't they _also_ attempting to shackle females and fit them into their own world view? - Jeff on formspring