8 articles Tag Objectification

Meet JANE, Hollywood’s sexy-without-trying everywoman!

Meet JANE, Hollywood’s sexy-without-trying everywoman!

A hilarious new Twitter account effortlessly showcases the limited range of available options when it comes to portrayals of women in movies.

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Interacting With Women In Public: A Handy Tip Sheet For Men!

Interacting With Women In Public: A Handy Tip Sheet For Men!

Because sometimes it’s hard being a decent human being.

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On BBHMM, and the problem with ‘is it feminist?’

On BBHMM, and the problem with ‘is it feminist?’

RiRi’s controversial new video has been the subject of much hot-takery. But IS IT FEMINIST? is not the question we should be asking.

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About Those Avril Meet and Greet Photos …

About Those Avril Meet and Greet Photos …

Famous women’s bodies are treated like public property, so it’s little wonder that some people feel they should have unlimited access to them.

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Sushi with a side of objectification

Sushi with a side of objectification

Why yes, eating sushi off a naked woman IS as problematic as it sounds!

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Having cancer the pink, fun, sexxxay way: a step-by-step guide for girls

Having cancer the pink, fun, sexxxay way: a step-by-step guide for girls

You know what’s awesome? When efforts to eradicate a horrible disease are co-opted, branded pink and turned into sexy fun times. Oh wait — that’s not awesome at all. Welcome to breast-cancer awareness month.

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In case you forgot, your body isn’t for you

In case you forgot, your body isn’t for you

The objectification of female bodies for the titillation of men is all around us and Marlo Campbell has a first-class example.

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Beyoncé’s body is nobody’s body but Beyoncé’s: a tongue-twisting lesson on objectification and entitlement

Beyoncé’s body is nobody’s body but Beyoncé’s: a tongue-twisting lesson on objectification and entitlement

It should go without saying that it’s not OK to touch people who haven’t consented to being touched — even if we really, really want to touch them! — and yet here I am, writing a blog post on THIS VERY TOPIC, inspired by some Danish dude who thought it appropriate to slap Beyoncé’s ass.

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