Many years later, she used it in her acceptance speech when she won the American Film Institute AFI Lifetime Achievement Award in , except she used the word "love", instead of "like": Typical of the film is the first scene where the two girls take a bath in the river while Dickason narrators, talking breathlessly about how the two girls "bathe their shamelessly nude bronze bodies". And let me tell you it was hell, sheer hell, waiting to do something about it. Her restless little spirit was impatiently awaiting her next line, her golden curls quivering with expectancy. Although actor refers to a person who acts regardless of gender, where this term "is increasingly preferred", actress remains in general use; actor is increasingly preferred for performers of both sexes as a gender-neutral term. They prohibited women in undergarments, women raising their skirts, suggestive poses, kissing, necking, and other suggestive material.