Piers Morgan in The Daily Mail:
I don't watch the Oscars to get harangued about racism, rape, sex abuse, greedy bankers, global warming and gay rights. I watch to be entertained. If you want to preach at us, darlings, get into politics
Unable to separate from any woman, Lacan demanded of each of his mistresses complete submission to unusual rituals: travel as a threesome, sharing the same places, frequenting insufferable people (like Armand Petitjean, a collaborationist writer.)
In short, this strikingly and boundlessly baroque Lacan wanted to live his life as he pleased. He considered that: “women always contained a scourge.”
For the record, collaborationist refers to those who collaborated with the Nazis when France was occupied during World War II.
Nevertheless, Catherine Millot always refused to participate in his manias. She loved Lacan and he returned her love. She wanted to be “his last woman” fact that elicited in her predecessor (madame T) a frightening jealousy. This latter treated her like a rival and declared that she was “ descended from an ape.” About which Millot wrote that “she easily recognized herself in the description because she had long arms and a marked prognathism.