Battle of the sexes parents guide
The Gender Game (The Gender Game, #1) by Bella ForrestFor fans of The Hunger Games and Divergent
comes a story like no other...
A toxic river divides nineteen-year-old Violet Batess world by gender.
Women rule the East. Men rule the West.
Welcome to the lands of Matrus and Patrus.
Ever since the disappearance of her beloved younger brother, Violets life has been consumed by an anger she struggles to control. Already a prisoner to her own nation, now she has been sentenced to death for her crimes.
But one decision could save her life.
To enter the kingdom of Patrus, where men rule and women submit.
Everything about the patriarchy is dangerous for a rebellious girl like Violet. She cannot break the rules if she wishes to stay alive.
But abiding by rules has never been Violets strong suit.
When shes thrust into more danger than she could have ever predicted, Violet is forced to sacrifice many things in the forbidden kingdom ... including forbidden love.
In a world divided by gender, only the strongest survive...
In , the former male tennis star Bobby Riggs challenged the number one female tennis champion Billie Jean King to a match, to prove which gender was the best. This well-publicized game is dramatized in this movie, with Steve Carell playing Riggs, and Emma Stone in the role of King. Why is Battle of the Sexes rated PG?
Battle of the Sexes
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Not recommended under 15, due to lack of interest for young children, and themes and sexual references which make it more suited to older viewers. This section contains details about the movie, including its classification by the Australian Government Classification Board and the associated consumer advice lines. Meanwhile retired tennis champion Bobby Riggs Steve Carell , bored with the mundane and predictable life he shares with his wife Priscilla Elisabeth Shue , comes up with a plan to put himself back in the spotlight again. Playing up his role as a self- proclaimed chauvinist pig, he gives the media much to talk about while trying to prove that men are simply better than women. At first Billy Jean refuses to play Riggs but when the Australian champion Margaret Court Jessica McNamee endures a crushing defeat she feels she has no choice but to play Riggs to put him in his place and to prove, if nothing else, that women deserve the same respect as men.
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