Kate Winslet ‘Can’t Watch Herself Naked in 3D’

James Cameron's 'The Titanic', a massive blockbuster originally shown in the 1990's, has been re-released this week in 3D.  Kate Winslet, who was 21 when the film was originally made, has declared 'I'll be in the bar' when her famous nude scene is played in 3D.  Apparently, she just can't bear to look at herself naked from all those years ago.  I wonder why....?

Kate Winslet at 21
kate winslet at 21 Titanic

 

kate winslet at 21 nude
kate winslet at 21 nude in the titanic

 

kate winslet now
kate winslet now

 

kate winslet without make up now

*UPDATE : China has censored out the offending nude 3D scene of Kate Winslet, fearing that horny Chinese cinema goers may grope the air hoping to get a kop of Kate's breasts : http://www.guardian.co.uk/film/2012/apr/13/china-censor-kate-winslet-titanic

30 thoughts on “Kate Winslet ‘Can’t Watch Herself Naked in 3D’

  1. Zorro

    Someone hit the wall and went straight through the windshield, ricoched off a few parking meters and, well, you know the rest.

  2. Alan Vaughn

    These vein femi-hags are jealous and bitter, but I didn't know that they would actually envy (thus hate) themselves.
    This is also text-book female low self-esteem.
    Doesn't matter how rich, or how famous they are: they are still women, with the same women's (neurotic) issues.

    I, myself (and probably the majority of men would agree) love looking at all my photos when I was that age, only problem is I don't have a very large collection now.

    Soon, if she hasn't already: she'll be jumping onto that sexual trade union bandwagon: chanting the same old mantras for: raising the age of consent, banning prostitution because world-wide sex trafficking / slavery is out of control, increasing penalties for DV, all men are bastards, we're all victims of the Patriarchy, blah,blah,blah...

  3. jack

    Meanwhile, as though to pre-empt or correct the point made here, the feminist denial industry doesn't stay idle. Here are two articles from the French media. Focus on the titles (hint : "plus belle" = "more beautiful" !) :

    http://www.purepeople.com/article/kate-winslet-quinze-ans-apres-la-star-de-titanic-est-plus-belle-que-jamais_a98205/1

    http://www.elle.fr/People/La-vie-des-people/News/Kate-Winslet-plus-belle-en-2012-qu-en-1998-1974816

    The former article says: "Fifteen years on, more beautiful than ever", the later: "Kate Winslet, more beautiful in 2012 than in 1998?"

  4. Alan Vaughn

    “Kate Winslet, more beautiful in 2012 than in 1998?”

    Well if Kate and all women her age and older could only see themselves from that perspective, there probably wouldn't be such an institution as feminism and the world would be the safe and loving place it once was...

  5. inclinedreader

    Let's give Kate Winslet that she has aged gracefully. Looking at her present-day pictures, it's safe to say there are mid-30s women who look much worse (although she was never my type to begin with).

    But other than that, it's just the way feminism works. Middle-aged and older women who despise every image of young feminine (sexual) beauty they see, and I guess that includes pictures from their own youth, because they are a constant reminder that that time has passed for them. And thus, as years progress, feminism (and feminist extremism) increasingly become those women's spiritual home, where they find solace in repeating over and over again the mantras of evil male sexuality and lookism.

  6. Andrew

    Three Out of Four Reader Stars Confess to Teenage Affairs With Old People

    http://www.vulture.com/2008/12/three_out_of_four_the_reader_s.html

    "In Bernhard Schlink's The Reader, a 15-year-old boy has a sexual relationship with a woman twice his age — At last night's premiere, Swedish-born actress Lena Olin freely admitted that, as a teenager, she had a relationship with a much older man (to the total horror of her publicist): "I think I was 16, and he was maybe 40 … 35," she told us with a shrug. "But back in Sweden, 15 is the age [of consent]. I was 16, I wasn't a child."

    Ralph Fiennes, who plays the grown-up youth in Reader — "I did, actually, yes," he told us on the red carpet. "I wasn’t so screwed up as this guy I played. In my life it was okay; I was all right — I’m standing here talking to you," he added, eyes twinkling.

    Kate Winslet, who plays The Reader's older woman, says she, too, had a similar experience when she was quite young: "I had a relationship that was one of the most important relationships of my life from the age of 15 to nearly 20 with a man who was almost thirteen years older than me,” "He was very much the love of my life during those years," said Winslet."

    "Winslet plays Hanna Schmitz, a 36-year-old woman who had served as a concentration camp guard, and who starts an intense sexual relationship with a 15-year-old boy.

    I tell Winslet that I have read that she likes to sympathise with her characters. "When did you read that interview?" she says. "Which interview was that?"

    I gulp, "... this relationship with this young boy, which, I suggest, by modern standards, would be considered paedophilia on some level.

    She recoils. "I think you should be careful with that word."

    "But do you know what I mean?" I say.

    "No, actually, not with using that word, I don't."

    Even given the fact that he's 15?

    "No, I don't. Not to that extent, no, I have to say, I have to be very, very honest, you know, I think that it's a very dangerous word to use - that applies to pre-pubescents. Let's bear in mind that this boy turns 16 in the story, and that's legal marriage age.

    And then, unprompted, says: "You really have to remember that one of the greatest loves of my life, when I was younger, was 13 years older than me, and I was with him for five years, and then he died [I assume she is referring to the writer/actor, Stephen Tredre], and there were 19 years between my grandparents - so, I don't know, maybe I've just never thought age gaps were wildly important."

    That awkward exchange discomfits me for the rest of our discussion. I'm not entirely sure why at first - playing the tapes back, the conversation gets back on track quickly enough. I think that there are two reasons, though. One is that I genuinely hadn't thought it was surprising or controversial to question the propriety of Schmitz's relationship, so I was taken aback."

    I Like Kate (grin)

  7. Alan Vaughn

    Yeah and here's one of the many typical comments left by esteemed sexual trade union femi-hags:

    What are we teaching our young girls that education should be pushed aside for a 'career' in showbiz? And, said career is wearing a skimpy bikini, striking a few titillating poses and having some old guy breathing down your neck. Mrs Pankhurst is probably rolling around in her grave. To Sally-Marie, Portsmouth, UK, I wish your little sister all the best.
    - LH, Essex, 14/4/2012 14:37

    [The above comment has 188 up-votes so far].

    Or this one:

    And we wonder why women are continually sexually objectified by men. You would think one day we would get it. Guess not.
    - Kelly, USA, 14/4/2012 14:32

    [481 jealous femi-hag up-votes]

    But from another perspective:

    She is old enough to have sex and so she is old enough to look sexy ,she is not older then her years ,she looks her age .We should just admit she is hot and there is nothing wrong with people thinking this, as it is a totally natural instinct . I think it would of been better had to headline said fit as, 16 year old ,open link if you want to see .But instead it uses reverse psychology knowing right well most red blooded males would be all over this link .
    - Brian, Colchester, 14/4/2012 19:48

    [22 jealous sexual trade union / paedocrite DOWN-votes]
    Paedo-hysteria alive and well...

  8. Jack

    @MRA, I've just had a look at your article, but it's full of words out of place and typos, at least in the version that gets displayed on my Chrome navigator.

  9. Andrew

    I have some very good news. Kate Winslet is NOT a fully paid up dues paying member of The Sexual Trade Union.

    In fact she made a Sexual Trade Union reporter from UK's Guardian "tabloid mindless masses" head spin in a recent interview:

    (Reporter)The Reader - includes this relationship with this young boy, which, I suggest, by modern standards, would be considered paedophilia on some level.

    She (Kate Winslet) recoils. "I think you should be careful with that word." She gives an unconvincing laugh.

    "But do you know what I mean?" I say.

    "No, actually, not with using that word, I don't."

    Even given the fact that he's 15?

    "No, I don't. Not to that extent, no, I have to say, I have to be very, very honest, you know, I think that it's a very dangerous word to use - that applies to pre-pubescents. Let's bear in mind that this boy turns 16 in the story, and that's legal marriage age. And Hanna is led to believe he is 17." (I didn't notice this in the film - it's possible I missed it.) "And the actor himself, David Kross, is 18, you know, he's an adult."

    I agree and explain I am only talking about her character.

    She continues. "No, I never, to be honest with you, as a character, and as an actress - obviously the relationship is unconventional, because there is a big age gap between the two of them, and that was how I felt as a person, and I always very much viewed it as an unconventional relationship in that way, and very much as a love story." She talks a little more about Schmitz, and about the character's personal secrets, which provide the twists in the narrative, and then, unprompted, says: "You really have to remember that one of the greatest loves of my life, when I was younger, was 13 years older than me, and I was with him for five years, and then he died [I assume she is referring to the writer/actor, Stephen Tredre], and there were 19 years between my grandparents - so, I don't know, maybe I've just never thought age gaps were wildly important."

    That awkward exchange discomfits me for the rest of our discussion. I'm not entirely sure why at first - playing the tapes back, the conversation gets back on track quickly enough. I think that there are two reasons, though. One is that I genuinely hadn't thought it was surprising or controversial to question the propriety of Schmitz's relationship, so I was taken aback. "

    Three Out of Four Reader Stars Confess to Teenage Affairs With Old People

    "In Bernhard Schlink's The Reader, a 15-year-old boy has a sexual relationship with a 36 year old woman — so who better to bring the novel to the big screen than a cast of actors with relevant life experience? At last night's premiere, Swedish-born actress Lena Olin freely admitted that, as a teenager, she had a relationship with a much older man (to the total horror of her publicist): "I think I was 16, and he was maybe 40 … 35," she told us with a shrug. "But back in Sweden, 15 is the age [of consent]. I was 16, I wasn't a child."

    Ralph Fiennes, also confessed to having Mrs. Robinson–style affair just like the one in the movie — "I did, actually, yes," "In my life it was okay; I was all right — I’m standing here talking to you," he added, eyes twinkling.

    Kate Winslet, who plays The Reader's older woman, says she, too, had a similar experience when she was quite young: "I had a relationship that was one of the most important relationships of my life from the age of 15 to nearly 20 with a man who was almost thirteen years older than me.” "He was very much the love of my life during those years," said Winslet.

    Clearly feeling left out, director Stephen Daldry told us that he also had an affair as a teenager. "It was all good. No negative effects for me."

  10. @Theantofeminist

    This is OT but interesting

    According to FB of Tammie Powers the mothers of the 18 girl dating her teacher she is back with him, well let me tell you, he got some problem because some former student came accusing him of sexual intercourse, he got some problem but I'm having trouble to know if he is free but reading some comments on the mother's FB he is free and she (the 18 girl) is back with him. Her timeline says she was with her daughter in April 6 and now the comments is about how she went BACK to him

    And the Bill to criminalized relationship between student/teacher whatever the age DID NOT PASS.

  11. Andrew

    Ahh, but her heart is in the right place at least....
    Excerpt from a recent interview with a reporter from the (Sexual Teade Union) Guardian:
    (Reporter) "By modern standards, would be considered paedophilia on some level."
    (Winslet recoils) "I think you should be careful with that word."
    (Reporter) "But do you know what I mean?" I say.
    (Winslet) "No, actually, not with using that word, I don't."
    (Reporter) Even given the fact that he's 15?
    (Winslet) "No, I don't. Not to that extent, no, I have to say, I have to be very, very honest, you know, I think that it's a very dangerous word to use - that applies to pre-pubescents...."You really have to remember that one of the greatest loves of my life, when I was younger, was 13 years older than me, and I was with him for five years, and then he died, and there were 19 years between my grandparents - so, I don't know, maybe I've just never thought age gaps were wildly important."
    (Reporter) That awkward exchange discomfits me for the rest of our discussion. I'm not entirely sure why at first - playing the tapes back, the conversation gets back on track quickly enough. I think that there are two reasons, though. One is that I genuinely hadn't thought it was surprising or controversial to question the propriety of Schmitz's relationship, so I was taken aback.

    Three Out of Four Reader Stars Confess to Teenage Affairs With Old People:

    http://www.vulture.com/2008/12/three_out_of_four_the_reader_s.html

    At last night's premiere, Swedish-born actress Lena Olin freely admitted that, as a teenager, she had a relationship with a much older man (to the total horror of her publicist): "I think I was 16, and he was maybe 40 … 35," she told us with a shrug. "But back in Sweden, 15 is the age [of consent]. I was 16, I wasn't a child."

  12. inclinedreader

    on the subject of feminist hags...

    we're in the middle of a very interesting ideological squabble here in Germany...

    Kristina Schröder, the German government's Family Minister, is getting a lot of stick for her recently published book which exposes feminism as a harmful ideology which actually suppresses and holds women back more than it helps them... cue apoplectic retorts from the Feminist establishment and bitter old feminist hags....

    http://www.thelocal.de/national/20120419-42039.html

    Women slam 'their' minister for new book

    German Women's and Family Minister Kristina Schröder faced a storm of outrage as she presented her new book, "Danke, emanzipiert sind wir selber!" ("Thanks, we're emancipated ourselves!") in Berlin this week.
    ...
    Schröder wrote that women are equally oppressed by gender roles propagated by feminists as they are by those forced on them by traditional conservatives. She argues that these roles instil "a bad conscience, self-doubt and insecurity" in modern women.

    While praising the level of emancipation achieved by women in the past, Schröder, a member of Chancellor Angela Merkel's conservative Christian Democratic Union, attacked modern feminism as a harmful "quasi-religious world-view."

    Well, who would have thought... a conservative family minister (and a woman to boot) has actually, erm, had the balls to stand up against feminist ideology. Needless to say, this has really triggered huge outrage from the feminist establishment whose members have turned misandry into a career for themselves, and from all those women who instead of accepting responsibility for their own lives like to blame men and "patriarchy" for their misery.

  13. Alan Vaughn

    Appears that Kristina Schröder might be a bit like Erin Pizzy, I wonder if she has any more books planned?
    When you think about it, people like her could really turn the whole thing upsidedown or destroy it. One WOMAN like this Kristina Schröder would have more influence and POWER over them (femi-hags and feminism generally) than 1000 or even 10,000 MRA's. They can't use all the standard arguments they use against men to contradict a WOMAN, especially a woman in a position like that.
    Unlike the MRM, women like this can also PUBLICLY expose all of the lies, myths and looney ideologies peddled by the sexual trade union and do so with little to no fear of reprisals.

    It's good news, I hope more women Like Kristina Schröder will follow her lead (although I must admit that is just TOO optimistic). She'll probably need join the MRM soon, because she'll have nowhere else to go...

  14. inclinedreader

    well, Kristina Schröder is an unconventional character to begin with. A while ago, she even called for more male kindergarten teachers so children would benefit from having both female and male role models around every day. She even said she would like to see efforts to make preschool education a more attractive career choice for men. Which as we all know goes starkly against received feminazi pedohysteria wisdom, according to which no man can ever be trusted to be around children.

  15. Alan Vaughn

    Yep and the more women like Kristina who keep up appeals for those roles for men (that were once equally represented in the pre-feminist and functional society) and also publicly EXPOSING the nonsense behind paedo-hysteria, the sooner the psychotic sexual trade union will be deregistered, for the good of everyone. Especially CHILDREN.

  16. jack

    Wait a minute, it doesn't look like she's exposing much. It seems like she's just "questioning women's roles in a feminist Society". That's enough to draw fire from the feminist camp. Note that some high-profile women might take that line to preclude being branded as Mitt Rommey's wife was, as a woman "who has never worked in her all life". Of course I haven't read the book, nor am I planning too. There are quite a few good anti-misandry books I have to catch up with before I would be prepared to read a book by a mere feminist dissident. Amazon just sent me "Legalizing Misandry" by Paul Nathanson, Katherine K. Young. It's a HUGE book! Don't order it if you're a short book reader (which I'm not).

  17. theantifeminist

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    Good find Andrew, and I apologise that several of your comments, including this one, were left in the spam folder while I was away.

    Makes me think that when Kate describes how she can't bear to look at herself as a young woman she is simply being refreshingly honest?

  18. theantifeminist

    Post author

    Great article MRA. The more men's rights bloggers who recognise feminism for exactly what it is, the better.

  19. theantifeminist

    Post author

    The Daily Mail often publishes articles like this - hundreds of thousands of male paedocrites lap them up in order to be 'outraged' by the little sluts, and hundreds of thousands of jealous middle-aged women clearly get some kind of satisfaction at reading all the pathetic paedocrites comments.

    Little more than 10 years ago, and newspapers in the UK published pictures of 16 year old girls topless virtually every day. Some of them, like Samantha Fox, became household names.

    Technically, images of girls under 18 wearing bikinis 'in a sexual context' (which this article clearly is) should be classified as child porn under British femi-nazi law. I guess if the Daily Mail can publish such images, men should be able to look at them - on the Daily Mail, or on any online site.

  20. inclinedreader

    I just came across a few quotes from her book on the web... and I can't help feeling gobsmacked. Here are some (translations mine):

    "Feminists take one (gender) role concept which they have recognized as favorable to them and proclaim it to be the one and only acceptable concept that applies to everybody., and then enter a culture war centered around the 'right' way for women to lead their lives"

    "To preach emancipation, but to practice patronization - that is the self-contradiction into which feminists have maneuvered feminism"

    "It is safe to assume that the warning against women's degradation to objects of male sexuality can most of all be interpreted as a cunning way of securing feminist dominion in public discourse"

    "Feminism sets the weakness and disenfranchisement of women as argumentative premises in order to be able to deduce its raison d'être from intending to protect them"

    "[...] Therefore, if there is a place in our society where women's inferiority persists unchanged, then it is in the perception of dogmatic 'world view' feminists."

    "Feminism never had more in store for men than demanding they adjust to the expectations of emancipated women"

    "What feminists in their fight against discrimination prudently keep quiet about towards those that they want to join them is the fine print"

    I am stunned and almost want to buy her book.

  21. Alan Vaughn

    I don't think too many fermi-nazis or even ordinary femiserves and femihags will be tripping over one another in their rush to go out and buy her book! (There might be a stampede though during any efforts they may make to remove it from circulation)...

  22. John in Exile

    Interesting subject. I rented "The Reader" because I remembered how hot Winslet was in Titanic. She was nude quite a bit in the later movie but she is no way near as sexually appealing.

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