Women Objectify Themselves

In what will probably become a new series of posts on cases of women objectifying themselves, I present:

10 Times Tina Turner’s Legs Were ‘Simply the Best‘”

This is an article from the liberal “Huffington Post” written by one Yagana Shah, a young woman.

Tina Turner

9 responses to this post.

  1. LOL despite what they say women love being objectifyed

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  2. Posted by Retrenched on November 27, 2014 at 9:10 pm

    The only thing women hate more than being treated like sex objects is not being treated like sex objects.

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  3. Posted by Julian O'Dea on December 12, 2015 at 1:54 am

    Women don’t just objectify themselves, they sometimes say they want to “belong” to a man:

    https://heartiste.wordpress.com/2015/12/11/moments-of-beta/#comment-738293

    “I don’t know why this reminded me of my pre-game days when I saw women as adults with agency.

    An ex of mine told me that she was happy to be my property. I got slightly weirded out by that and told her that I was happy to be her equal.

    I’m sure I didn’t get laid that night.”

    I have had a woman ask more than once if she “belonged to me”.

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    • Posted by Jim on December 30, 2015 at 3:38 am

      Funny. For all the endless talk of “strong and independent”, “empowerment” and trying to get men not to treat women like sex objects they do also do the opposite. How confused these creatures are.

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  4. […] are many reasons for this, beyond the facile and shallow concept of “male gaze”. Women objectify themselves. A woman’s body is more clearly functional than a man’s. Her fertility is of prime […]

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  5. Posted by Ann on October 7, 2018 at 4:02 pm

    What’s wrong with a woman dressing up nice wearing a dress and heels if it makes them feel good, the same way a man would enjoy dressing in a smart suit for work to make him look and feel powerful, why can’t a woman? Sure, strong well dressed men are attractive to women, and well dressed women are attractive to men, but we don’t go around objectifying men, but it seems more acceptable the other way round? Yet women are often sexually assaulted by men (sure it happens the other way round occasionally but not near to the same degree). Sure, there are a lot of dodgy mini skirts etc but there is a line..

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