The target audience will instead be those red-blooded men who go weak-kneed when they see a sweaty woman astride a horse, dressed in leather and wielding a battle axe.
Women went weak-kneed at the sight of him; soon after the film opened, he received 3,000 proposals of marriage in a week.
Exercise seemed to help the nausea, although I was weak-kneed with hunger, cold, and probably fear.
In the words of the newspapers, he ‘got away with it’, largely thanks to the pathetic weak-kneed state of the opposition within and without the Labour Party.
They do want to destroy each other, but they share the higher priority of defeating the weak-kneed people on either side who would sell out their grand ambitions for total victory.
Drastic cuts call for drastic counter-measures, not weak-kneed objections and compromises.
So prevalent are the warbloggers that they now have awards, just like the weak-kneed Hollywood liberals most of them despise.
It wasn't exertion that left him weak-kneed and trembling, but rather the gut-wrenching horror of Joe's scream and his pleas for mercy.
He wants to be just anti-war enough to appeal to anti-war Democrats but just pro-war enough that he doesn't come across as weak-kneed .
It's more important to keep law and order in this society than to be worried about weak-kneed people who don't like the look of helmets.