Here's the International Women's Day PSA that everyone's buzzing about because Daniel Craig (as James Bond) puts on a dress. That's Judi Dench reading the sad stats, which make a searing-hot point. But what about the visuals? What point do you think they're making? [HTML1] There's a lot of debate online re: the message of Bond in drag. Here's what I take from it James Bond, who is pop culture's most cunning, unflinching, unshakable man's man, considers what it might be like to be a woman. And he quickly decides he's not nearly tough enough to handle it. Do you think the film is effective?