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This American Apparel ad, with the copy “now open,” sends the message that this woman is open . 6) Does the image show a sexualized person as a commodity that can be bought and sold?
By definition, objects can be bought and sold, and some images portray women as everyday commodities.
In other words, it’s really not about the amount of time.
It’s about the intent, the hunting, the feeding, the drinking in, the filling up.”She describes also:“…a different person I know who captures image impressions of women’s bodies and files them away mentally for later fantasy use.
He is very subtle about his looking, yet he is able to get a potent hit, even though his eyes only “flick” briefly onto a woman’s body.
So basically, someone could look for under three seconds and get a potent sexual hit.
In this “spec” ad for Pepsi (not endorsed by the company), a boy is being given permission by the lifeguard to “save” an unconscious woman: Likewise, this ad shows an incapacitated woman in a sexualized position with a male protagonist holding her on a leash.
She is reduced to an inanimate object, a useful tool for the assumed heterosexual male viewer: 3) Does the image show sexualized persons as interchangeable?We now have more than 10 years of research demonstrating that living in an objectifying society is highly toxic for girls and women.I’ll describe that research in Part 2 of this series.The image below, advertising Mercedes-Benz, presents just part of a woman’s body (breasts) as interchangeable and additive: This image of a set of Victoria’s Secret models, borrowed from a previous Sociological Images post, has a similar effect.Their hair and skin color varies slightly, but they are also presented as all of a kind: 4) Does the image affirm the idea of violating the bodily integrity of a sexualized person who can’t consent?