I’m No Angel (1933)

What better company, if you’re without a man and frustrated, than Mae West, a woman’s woman who’s built like a battleship, is in complete control of her sexual identity, and is ready to use up men like tissues, with no more than a smirk and tossed bon mot? In I’m No Angel, West remains an invigorating, optimistic object lesson in how to be comfortable in your own skin, how to love sex for sex’s sake, and why you need never rely on a man.

Screenshot of Mae West from the trailer for th...
Screenshot of Mae West from the trailer for the film I’m No Angel (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
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