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So what we've encouraged our supporters to do is to hijack the campaign a little bit and subvert Schick's sexist and objectifying message about women," Caitlin Roper, WA state coordinator, was quoted by (http://mumbrella.
We already see the objectifying of women a lot in the media.
Hedges, then, watch the Super watch Lutie, and both exercise a regulatory control over his objectifying gaze.
Kass, a young scientist such as my friend has merely sunk into an objectifying worldview that is threatening the very marrow of our culture.
Perhaps some places, like funerals, should be off limits to intellectuals making objectifying remarks about why people do what they do, say what they say, or sing in a certain way.
The "drawing teacher," so-called in the past, who told the children how to draw or taught them to copy other people's drawings, has changed today into the drawing teacher who can draw out the thoughts of the child and make him capable of objectifying his own thoughts.
Bruster's readings of particular plays in terms of this objectifying - and simultaneously subjectifying - process are almost always highly suggestive, though some seem elliptical or inconclusive.
Washington, Dec 17 ( ANI ): A new study, which considered whether objectifying women in television and harassment are causally linked, has suggested that degrading TV portrayals of women play a causal role in both gender harassment and sexual-coercion intentions and this relationship with gender harassment is at least in part attributable to a shift in masculinity norms.
It's unbalanced, objectifying and demonstrates a disgusting lack of equality to which there is only one very obvious answer.
In the 1970s, as a card-carrying member of the Lavender Left, I wouldn't have been caught dead spending my time or money in such a shallow, sexually objectifying, racially intolerant gay ghetto (unless you count a few memorable trysts here).
We need to employ what Mae Henderson terms a new "angle of vision" (161), a means of looking back, of seeing without objectifying.