Think about it...back in those days, the men were away fighting...now whose going to mind the store while they're gone?
Stands to reason, why women needed to protect themselves. And to be quite candid and humble at the same time ...When Guinevere said, "Don't worry, I'll protect you", he smiled, and I took it as a precious joke between the two of them...besides, if you had your choice, wouldn't you wish a compitent woman by your side in battle?
Grew up with 21 boys in my neighborhood, learned how to catch a football very well, hit the baseball hard...run fast...fish, hunt..hang drywall, target shot clay pigons....hang electric lights...finish concrete...luke blacktop...and still love with a passion to dress like a real princess for those special occassions.
Hate shopping very much, as well as, soap operas, but...enjoy the opposite gender just in case there are any notions flying around in your minds (smile)
I learned very quickly, if I did anything better then those boys...I walked around with two black & blue arms...so very quickly fostered that type of woman Ron described, and you know something, that carried over up until 6 years ago. Some men are so intimidated by intellegent, independent women. Why?
Nah, the Lady played the part of a Lady in all aspects of the word...and I thought she did a gr8 job doing so...
Hope I didn't offend you in anyway...hopefully you can see where I didn't take offense by that "I'll protect you" line...women are nurtures and would protect her own like a mama bear over her cubs if need be...believe me...there isn't anything we couldn't do if we had to and put our minds down to it.
I loved the movie, the concept and the change in characters was a breath of fresh air
Thanks a bunch for the info on King Arthur...