Do you think that Sammy is a male chauvinistic pig? Why, or why not? And if you think he is, do you find the story offensive?

Do you think that Sammy is a male chauvinistic pig? Why, or why not? And if you think he is, do you find the story offensive?

Do you think that Sammy is a male chauvinistic pig? Why, or why not? And if you think he is, do you find the story offensive?

Do you think that Sammy is a male chauvinistic pig? Why, or why not? And if you think he is, do you find the story offensive?

Sammy is, indeed, a romantic who perceives the three girls as the Sirens of Homer and himself as an Arthurian knight who must save the damsels who lure him.  Yet, at the same time, Sammy is a red-blooded young male and is typical of his day and time.  Keep in mind that the setting is in the early sixties–a time before the feminist movement.  Men had a certain amount of verbal and imaginative license.
Do you think that Sammy is a male chauvinistic pig? Why, or why not? And if you think he is, do you find the story offensive?
Do you think that Sammy is a male chauvinistic pig? Why, or why not? And if you think he is, do you find the story offensive?
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Do you think that Sammy is a male chauvinistic pig? Why, or why not? And if you think he is, do you find the story offensive?
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