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    trafficking, modeling, participating in pageants to the media using women as objects in their ads. Sexual objectification is both a cultural and social, in which women and young girls are valued based on their appearance, and most importantly their ability to have a body that is accepted by society. The potential consequences of such phenomenon is that women and girls will accept such sexualization and objectification and begin to objectify themselves, which means that over time, women will begin to accept

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    prevalent issue in the society with the sexual objectification on women in both print and digital advertising. According to Carr, E., & Szymanski, D. (2010), sexual objectification occurs when a woman’s body or body parts are singled out and separated from her as a person and she is viewed primarily as a physical object of male sexual desire. It is especially with instances such as advertisements by Dolce & Gabbana, where the female model is pictured as a sexual object, controlled by four other men

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    Breastfeeding and the Sexual Objectification of Women The sexual objectification of women is detrimental not only to women, but also to their children and even the environment. This objectification may prevent women from breastfeeding. Breastfeeding is extremely beneficial to both mother and baby and the environment as well. Breastfed children are less likely to have ear infections, allergies, vomiting, pneumonia, urinary tract infections, chronic digestive disease, insulin-dependent

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    What is sexual objectification? Under what circumstances (if any) might it be morally permissible? Sexual objectification refers to the way in which a person sexually reduces another by treating them as a mere sex object (Halwani). Sexual objectification is rarely referred to as a benign topic, though throughout this evaluation, an enlightened, thou broad range of opinions are discussed emphasising the ambiguity of the term in relation to the morality of sexual objectification. Halwani’s definition

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    The Sexual Objectification of Women in Advertisements in the United States Introduction When was the last time a black head was seen in an ad intentionally? What about too much white skin, freckles, wrinkles, piercings, or fat roles? It can be guaranteed advertisers are not showing these things unless they have a purpose. Likewise, smooth, flawless, tanned skin with perfect bone structure, attire, sparling eyes, and more than enough sparkle and shine is the incapable goal of thousands of women

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    One of the most prominent and detrimental forms of sexual objectification is in pornography, where it defines a woman’s role as a sexual object for men to use freely (Insert Plato Citation). It was concluded that 88% of the scenes on porn contain acts of physical aggression, which can overexpose men into thinking that this sort of aggression is normal and raise their tolerance of violence (Insert PornStats Citation). It can further warp the minds of the watchers into thinking that this is what relationships

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    Icons like Old Spice’s pitchman Isaiah Mustafa and the Marlboro Man are both old time examples of sexual objectification towards men not being a new craze. “The adage "sex sells" has guided the advertising world for centuries.” The catchy marketing strategy has been popularly used since the 1900’s and is still not decreasing in use. In recent years many advertising companies have adopted this strategy and now not only women but men are being sexually objectified to promote products. Rosalind Gill

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    The unrealistic representation of women in media has had a huge effect on how I see myself. All those super skinny models splashed on the cover of magazines told me at 12 what a beautiful young women was supposed to look like. The message wasn't lost on my friends and peers either. I was called “fat” and “piggy” by girls my age so many times growing up, and I never weighed more than 130 lbs at 5'5''. Compared to those photo-shopped models, a healthy and athletic body looks obese. I hated my body

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    long-lasting, if not permanent effect, on those exposed to it. With the objectification and sexualization of females causing numerous detrimental effects, such creating a negative psychological impact on body image

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    self-objectification is created and perpetuated by the mass media through the critiquing of mainstream films and television shows: Clueless and Gossip Girl. These forms of media glorify the dominant culture’s forms of capital that produce the thin, white, rich, feminine female protagonist. I will analyze how mainstream white male producers prioritize the white narrative and exclude girls of color from mainstream media through the internalization of the thin white image. Self-objectification leads

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