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[–] kokytus 0 points 52 points (+52|-0) ago 

Exactly this. The visual mediums has always objectified both genders, it's fundamental to what they are selling (pictures of people). The outrage of "female objectification" only seems to indicate a lower tolerance among women (or feminists...).

Addendum: this is true for all mediums, if you are representing a character, it is impossible to not objectify it in some way, it is an object in relation to your product.


[–] Valyrios 0 points 33 points (+33|-0) ago 

Women don't like prettier women being shoved in their face, neither do men but they expect it.


[–] piratebatman 0 points 46 points (+46|-0) ago 

Women's response to prettier women is to either not give a fuck or to have them removed. Men's response to better looking men is to not give a fuck, attempt to improve themselves to look like said guys or to shut up because they know no one will care about their feelz.


[–] Son_Of_Hate 1 point 9 points (+10|-1) ago 

Speak for yourself, I love having prettier woman shoved in my face.


[–] johnlocke90 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago  (edited ago)

As a guy, I have never been bothered by it. If I see a super ripped dude on screen, I feel a bit of admiration and jealousy, but thats it. The dude is something I should work towards, not tear down.


[–] VictorSteinerDavion ago 

I don't care about pretty men being shoved in my face.

I know my value is not in my looks, my value is in what I do.
Be more than your appearance and all this shit disappears.

although, I do gave a face for radio...


[–] Echo_of_Savages 0 points 6 points (+6|-0) ago 

Don't forget about the Vietnam War. There's nothing more oppressive than systemically forcing young men to go die in a fucking war.