How to spot a rape scene at a movie theatre

When you see the words “rape scene” or “rape”, what do you think?

I don’t think you’re seeing it correctly, says an American movie theater worker who wants to make sure her business is safe.

“It’s not what I think it is,” said the worker who declined to give her name, “and it’s not how I feel.”

As she talks, she tries to keep her eyes focused on the screen, her head down.

The word “rape” means violence against women and the word “scene” refers to a sexually explicit act that takes place between two people, typically involving kissing, hugging or cuddling.

“There’s no way in hell you’re going to see anything like that in a movie theater, no matter how many times you go,” said Lisa M. Heyer, the manager of the Red Door Cinema in Halifax, a downtown Halifax movie venue.

The Red Door is one of many movie theaters in Canada that use the word rape scene, along with other vulgar words.

The Globe and Mail asked about this at the Red Doors website and at a recent discussion with a Red Door employee.

The employee did not know that a scene can include kissing or hugging, and did not say she had seen anything like it.

In a similar situation, Ms. Heier said, a scene might include a person who was raped, having sex, or being forcibly or forcibly penetrated.

“I don’t know why people would want to show that,” she said.

“People can’t help but think that there’s some sort of sexual activity going on and they don’t want to see it.”

She said that’s not true.

“If it’s something that’s happening that they don