Tom Hiddleston Shows Some Feminist Man Butt In New Movie ‘Crimson Peak’

by Taia Handlin


The ever devoted legions of Hiddleston fans will be thrilled to horny little pieces to discover they can witness, up close and almost personal, his bare ass cheeks. For feminism. Kudos, good sir, kudos.

Tom Hiddleston opening his hands, mouthing

On the subject of his glistening glutes, Hiddleston told E!

“It’s so often in movies that women are more naked than men and that’s unfair. We wanted to sort of redress the balance. I didn’t have a problem with the nakedness because I felt that there’s always been a strain of sexuality in Gothic romance as much as there has been the fear of death and the threat of violence. It’s a very violent film and I felt like we needed to balance that. So if we’re going to bring up the violence we needed to bring up the sense of sexuality.”

It’s true that female boobs and nipples, even genitalia from time to time, are used in film, especially horror, all the time. For the shock, the sexuality, and sometimes an argument for “realism” is thrown out there but I think we can all safely agree that it’s largely because people like boobs. Hiddleston’s butt, however, is not an unprecedented display of male nudity on camera. Magic Mike, Forgetting Sarah Marshall, The Hangover, even Nicholas Sparks movies are starting to catch up with reality and display nudity and sex scenes (though still not without plenty hemming and hawing for Jesus).

Magic Mike stripper pulling his underwear off, Lucy Hale cheering

Penis. Penis is really where the gender equality is going to hit the big time. Or small time. Or crooked. We don’t discriminate. As Kevin Bacon recently informed us, the lack of dangling junk is a serious injustice. To everyone! So Hiddleston, if you really wanna get serious about feminism, show us your penis.


Images via IMDb and Giphy


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