Sexual Objectification Analysis

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Dworkin (1989) said, “Objects exist or are made in order to be used. In this case, used, so that the male can experience his desire or his desire to desire” (p. 112). Women are used in the making and made in the using. By traditional media and the late bloom of social media, men have increased their capacity to exploit and objectify women (Bloom, 2013). The media world showed images of provocative and alluring female images to grab viewer’s attention. Women’s body and face continue to be an instrument of grabbing attention and triggering needs. Such imagery fuels that women are designed for pleasure. In relation to the study, women featured in the videos of the Facebook page R-breezy may possibly be ‘used in the making or made in the using’…show more content…
Thus, in every occurrence of sexual objectification, there are indicators or factors in saying that there is objectification happening. APA’s (2007b) presented some indicators of objectification in their studies as wearing clothes that are provocative and reveal so much skin, highlighting their bodies, and acting as objects for decoration. (Carr, Moffitt, & Szymanski, 2011) It also suggested that females are more frequently presented in ways that are sexually objectifying. In another research, Andsager& Roe (1999) did a study saying that women are more often presented in music videos wearing revealing clothes that provoke…show more content…
(Carr, E. & Moffitt, L. & Szymanski, D.; 2011) Multiple researches show that sexual comments are indicators of women’s sexual objectification. (Blake, J., Collins, R., Lamb, S., et al., 2007) A study by Lampman et al. (2002) coded 23% of sexual behaviors involved “leering, ogling, staring and catcalling female characters.” When people gaze in a malicious way or stare deeply into others’ bodies, it indicates sexual objectification (Blake, J. & Collins, R. & Lamb, S., et al., 2007). Moreover, bodily postures or facial expressions that imply sexual readiness can also be an indicator of sexual objectification of women (Blake, J. & Collins, R. & Lamb, S., et al.,

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