Catfight or cat fight, female wrestling, erotic combat explained in details!
Usualy the term catfight is used for a physical altercation, between two women – cat fight.. This includes slapping, scratching, hair-pulling, and sometimes biting as opposed to kicking and punching. It can also be used to describe two human cats cursing one another verbally. Many cat fights in cartoons, movies, and beer commercials end with at least one of the participants missing several clothes. Catfighting is also a popular subject amongst porn movies depicting multiple women in sexually suggestive and combative situations. In the 1970s, prurient interest in catfighting lead to the popularity of several women in prison movies.
or cat fight has also recently been experiencing a boom in the form of entertainment in many different forms. Cat fighting media displays forms from the more recent extreme catfight aspect, in which punching and kicking are included with the stereotypical array of woman cat fight tactics, such as scratching and the hair pulling. Such stereotypical displays of anger are frequently demonstrated on the daytime television talk show The Jerry Springer Show. In more extreme variations such as in adult entertainment, face sitting is involved.
One of the highest profile cat fights on television has been Miller Lite’s racy “Catfight” commercials in 2002, which were pointed out by many as sexist. The careers of both actresses in this cat fight commercial, Kitana Baker and Tanya Ballinger, enjoyed a major boost. It is notable for the catfighters losing some articles
of clothing after a brawl. Another famous catfight was the brawl in the toilet between Queen Latifah and Missi Pyle in the movie Bringing down the house which ends with Queen Latifah dunking Missi Pyle’s head in the toilet bowl. Another minor celebrity who acchieved 15 minutes of fame as a result of a catfights is Danielle House, a former Miss Canada International who was convicted for catfight assaulting her ex-boyfriend’s girlfriend in a bar-room. After serving her sentence, House was named Playboy’s Playmate of the Month for December. The Song “Girlfight” by Brooke Valentine is about a nasty cat fight between 2 girls.
The top story for late night talk shows on November 6, 2005 was two cheerleaders for the Carolina Panthers, Renee Thomas and Angela Keathley, charged with battery and disorderly conduct, catfight. Patrons in the bar’s women’s bathroom voiced their annoyance at how long the two were occupying a stall. A fracas ensued. The combination of cat fighting, cheerleaders, and allegations of lesbian activity made for a perfect storm of titillating media.