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The culture of sexual objectification by women against men MUST end. watch

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    Who the **** cares both are treated like objects. Deal with it.
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    It's happens to both genders, blah blah blah, just enjoy your life instead of worrying all the time


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    I like sexually objectifying people. It's part of human nature.
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    Lol this thread is clearly an attempt at trolling
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    (Original post by electro14)
    Who the **** cares both are treated like objects. Deal with it.
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    It's happens to both genders, blah blah blah, just enjoy your life instead of worrying all the time


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    I like sexually objectifying people. It's part of human nature.
    I agree with all of these. I couldn't care less about being "objectified." I'm just pointing out the apocalyptic double standard at the centre of this debate, ie, NoMorePage3, 'sexual objectification culture', etc., notably that it's only ever 'humiliating and degrading' when perpetrated by men, and it's accentuated day after day after day when men perpetrate sexual objectification against women (yet, no-one blinks an eyelid at the millions of examples of the opposite taking place, i.e., women objectifying men).

    In fact, men - word class scientists - have been forced into grovelling apologies live on national television owing to the fact a baying mob gathered around them and berated them within an inch of their lives because they happened to wear a garment with a print of a partially clothed woman on it.
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    (Original post by ridwan12)
    Are you really going to argue against a 50:50 parliament. .
    I tell you what. We'll stop arguing against that when the entire feminist movement starts arguing for a 50:50 distribution in University applications and primary school teachers.
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    (Original post by ridwan12)
    Because those jobs don't have power and can't be used as a force for change.
    Neither does an individual MP really. It's just typical feminism; they want to pick and choose where things are equalled.


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    (Original post by ridwan12)
    I think you definitely can when the definition was created by a white man decades ago. I don't have an agenda either.
    Does it mean I can change the word social justice to 'meaningless struggles'?
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    (Original post by Wade-)
    Neither does an individual MP really. It's just typical feminism; they want to pick and choose where things are equalled.


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    you're not serious.
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    (Original post by ridwan12)
    you're not serious.
    I'm entirely serious, one MP matters very little


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    (Original post by electro14)
    Who the **** cares both are treated like objects. Deal with it.
    (Original post by ItaSpicyMeatabol)
    It's happens to both genders, blah blah blah, just enjoy your life instead of worrying all the time


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    I like sexually objectifying people. It's part of human nature.
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    Lol this thread is clearly an attempt at trolling
    As usual TSR totally misses the point. It's not about the sexism, it's mostly minor stuff, it's the double standards. I saw a coke ad where these women sprayed a guy with coke in order to force him to take his shirt of so they could ogle him. Now please imagine the response if the genders had been switched in that? Sometimes I wish I was an advertising exec so I could make carbon copy sexist adverts with the genders reversed and once the complaints roll in I just kindly point them to the original version of the ad that was sexist to men.
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    (Original post by Plutonian)
    As usual TSR totally misses the point. It's not about the sexism, it's mostly minor stuff, it's the double standards. I saw a coke ad where these women sprayed a guy with coke in order to force him to take his shirt of so they could ogle him. Now please imagine the response if the genders had been switched in that? Sometimes I wish I was an advertising exec so I could make carbon copy sexist adverts with the genders reversed and once the complaints roll in I just kindly point them to the original version of the ad that was sexist to men.
    OMG. Show me that ad.
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    (Original post by Plutonian)
    As usual TSR totally misses the point. It's not about the sexism, it's mostly minor stuff, it's the double standards. I saw a coke ad where these women sprayed a guy with coke in order to force him to take his shirt of so they could ogle him. Now please imagine the response if the genders had been switched in that? Sometimes I wish I was an advertising exec so I could make carbon copy sexist adverts with the genders reversed and once the complaints roll in I just kindly point them to the original version of the ad that was sexist to men.
    Nvm....found it.



 
 
 
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