What are the pros and cons of the oversexulisation of women in our society ?

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Also by comparison what are the pros and cons of the undersexulisation of men in society ?
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Over/undersexualised compared to what?
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Over/undersexualised compared to what?
Just comparing the pros and cons of the over/under-sexulization of men and women
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pros? :s
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Well the pros are for men who can dominate and dictate how women should be. The cons are that women are viewed by society as objects of desire and devoid of their own self-worth.
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Just comparing the pros and cons of the over/under-sexulization of men and women
Yes but what makes them oversexualised? What makes men undersexualised? Are you merely saying that women are sexualised more than men and want pros and cons of that?
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Well the pros are for men who can dominate and dictate how women should be. The cons are that women are viewed by society as objects of desire and devoid of their own self-worth.
Surely there are no pros. Because even men will be affected. Men will be accustomed to Victoria-secretesque women when in reality, most women they meet will look nothing like that and they will find it hard to form relationships or socialise without coming off a bit weird. It will also cause men to have over-inflated confidence, where men will try and approach women well out of their league and fail to form relationships with them too.

A lot of women will feel insecure and find it harder to form relationships with men too. So no one wins in my opinion.
But this is like... EXTREME oversexualisation.

Unless most men and lesbians are like, ok with having sex with and having female robots as girlfriends and wives etc.
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Surely there are no pros. Because even men will be affected. Men will be accustomed to Victoria-secretesque women when in reality, most women they meet will look nothing like that and they will find it hard to form relationships or socialise without coming off a bit weird. It will also cause men to have over-inflated confidence, where men will try and approach women well out of their league and fail to form relationships with them too.

A lot of women will feel insecure and find it harder to form relationships with men too. So no one wins in my opinion.
But this is like... EXTREME oversexualisation.

Unless most men and lesbians are like, ok with having sex with and having female robots as girlfriends and wives etc.
Yet if I were to say there are no pros about the meat industry you'd tell me to stop being so self righteous and stop forcing my opinion onto people. Well I guess going by that logic its ok for me to say to you right now to stop being so self righteous and forcing your opinion onto people.


You hypocritical 4 eyed witch.
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cons:

- women feel scared just walking somewhere by themselves esp at night, but in general too
- men think they can do what they want (obviously a massive generalisation there)
- younger girls (and boys) think that they have to conform and fit into an exact mould just to be noticed
etc. etc. etc.
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Yet if I were to say there are no pros about the meat industry you'd tell me to stop being so self righteous and stop forcing my opinion onto people. Well I guess going by that logic its ok for me to say to you right now to stop being so self righteous and forcing your opinion onto people.


You hypocritical 4 eyed witch.
I do not have the time and energy for you @[email protected]
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No pros just cons!
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cons:

- women feel scared just walking somewhere by themselves esp at night, but in general too
- men think they can do what they want (obviously a massive generalisation there)
- younger girls (and boys) think that they have to conform and fit into an exact mould just to be noticed
etc. etc. etc.
Pros
Men feel good about it.

And if you object to that then you're self righteous and are forcing your opinion onto people going by some peoples stupid logic.
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Pros
Men feel good about it.

And if you object to that then you're self righteous and are forcing your opinion onto people going by some peoples stupid logic.
men may feel good about it, but it's still a horrible thing and makes both men and women feel very insecure and ashamed of who they are
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men may feel good about it, but it's still a horrible thing and makes both men and women feel very insecure and ashamed of who they are
I'm sure there are plenty of similar things you justify just because it makes you feel good- like the taste of some foods.
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I'm sure there are plenty of similar things you justify just because it makes you feel good- like the taste of some foods.
yes, but not men and women being sexual predators
end of discussion please - if you don't have anything else to say about the original question, i think we can both stop commenting and leave this thread
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yes, but not men and women being sexual predators
end of discussion please - if you don't have anything else to say about the original question, i think we can both stop commenting and leave this thread
you're a hypocrite- that is all you are.

I hate narrow minded hypocritical people like you.
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you're a hypocrite- that is all you are.

I hate narrow minded hypocritical people like you.
Wow you're persistent. How long have you been making these troll accounts on TSR for?
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Wow you're persistent. How long have you been making these troll accounts on TSR for?
ikr idk how they do it
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Also by comparison what are the pros and cons of the undersexulisation of men in society ?
dude there aren't any pros in projecting women as meatbags, who satisfy sexual desire....its disgusting and degrading for men and women, cos we men look like ever-lusting idiots with drool dripping from our mouth when girls show some flesh
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Surely there are no pros. Because even men will be affected. Men will be accustomed to Victoria-secretesque women when in reality, most women they meet will look nothing like that and they will find it hard to form relationships or socialise without coming off a bit weird. It will also cause men to have over-inflated confidence, where men will try and approach women well out of their league and fail to form relationships with them too.

A lot of women will feel insecure and find it harder to form relationships with men too. So no one wins in my opinion.
But this is like... EXTREME oversexualisation.

Unless most men and lesbians are like, ok with having sex with and having female robots as girlfriends and wives etc.
Agreed. My point really is that there is no disadvantage to men and a total disadvantage to women for reasons you have cited. Obviously for men who see women as equal, it can make you feel rather uncomfortable, but it isn't us who are unable to form relationships because we have been verbally and physically assaulted by men fuelled by societal perceptions of how women should be treated.
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