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Using outtakes from MONDO CANE as their foundation in 1963, Directors Gualtiero Jacopetti, Paolo Cavara and Franco Prosperi created leering misogynistic view in women’s roles in the international culture presenting mothers, murderers, warriors  and whores, respected as high-powered executives.

But its the segment about women engaging in  “unnatural friendships” that is truly a piece a propaganda that can only be seen to be believed.

Don’t worry guys Jacopetti badly covers gay men as well at the 1:00 minute mark because after all in his opinion we all want to be them.

Interestingly Jacopetti’s ‘Women of the World.’was narraretd by none other than the late Peter Ustinov.

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