Whats love got to do with it sex scene

Duration: 7min 46sec Views: 228 Submitted: 08.12.2019
Category: BBW
Early on, from the little Anna Mae Bullock circa 7 years asserting her singular rendition in the church choir to a teenaged Anna Mae singing in a St. Louis nightclub, the audience begins to champion the emerging Tina Turner with the husky boom-box voice. In St. Louis, Anna Mae is reunited with her mother after being raised by her grandmother. He hears her sing, promotes her, then marries her, all the while cruelly abusing her nearly non-stop with black eyes, bloody noses and beatings. After 18 years of an abusive marriage, Tina purportedly finds strength through Buddhism to divorce Ike and begin a solo career.

Sex: What’s love got to do with It?

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For many years, romantic comedies have had a double standard. If a man slept around, he was hailed as a charmer, a lover boy, or someone who was just "sowing his wild oats. Following her very public divorce from her husband and former performing partner Ike Turner , Tina Turner sang about love being "a second hand emotion. This year witnessed the premieres of two films in which strong-willed women determined who they slept with and under what conditions. One was a small independent film that pushed a lot of buttons with traditionalists.

WHAT’S LOVE GOT TO DO WITH IT

Based on Tina Turner's autobiography, "I, Tina," it is a story of domestic abuse, with scenes of mental and physical violence. Ike drags Tina by the hair and punches her in the face and stomach several times. Tina gets a bloody nose and mouth three times. In one scene, she fights back and bloodies Ike's nose, and kicks him in the stomach.
Tina has always been very forthcoming regarding the severe past abuse she suffered at the hands of Ike Turner during their marriage and career together back in the 60s and 70s. When the film was released, fans and audiences were shocked to learn of the private hell that Tina endured for decades. She lived to tell her truth—and as a result embarked upon a successful solo career that took her to professional heights she never had while with Ike.