HuffPost's latest "Between the Lines" episode explores the origin of identity-based fetishes and the fine line between objectifying and empowering one's partners.
Women in global box office hits are more likely to be portrayed as sexual objects, according to an analysis from the group founded by actor Geena Davis.
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The Daily Male Twitter account imagines an internet where male celebrities are objectified like women.
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"When the book was published, people would say, 'Oh, why is this book so angry?' I don’t think they would ask that if it were published right now."
Modern theology not only perpetuates the abuse of women, but it preserves toxic masculinity in the church.
"Female meteorologists aren’t 'weather ladies.' We are scientists."
"I have felt like a piece of meat so much," the American Horror Story actor said.
It’s February again, and of course that means it’s time to ogle women in barely-there bikinis in the latest Sports Illustrated
In the year since the Game of Thrones fifth season finale aired we have witnessed hundreds more reports of actual sexual violence against women that would have been right at home in the Game of Thrones world, including the rape of a woman at a Stanford party by Brock Turner, he of the "20 minutes of action" infamy.
Hint: Consider desires other than your own.
I wanted to be chosen, yes, but I also wanted to choose -- and I wasn't prepared to sublimate my own desires in order to enjoy the experience of being desired by someone else.
Self-confidence is a matter of perception, and the good news is that if one does not have it naturally, it can be developed.
Sexism, gender-based double standards, and male entitlement are so normalized that girls think sexual assault and violence are just a "part of life" that they have to live with. Not to put too fine a point on it, but this is seriously f***ed up.
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"I'd like to talk specifically about the lie, or the idea, that being a sex object is empowering." Perhaps the most powerful
People were also better at discerning women's individual body parts than they were at men's individual body parts, further
"I just think that..." he paused, searching for the words. I suppressed a seasoned urge to interrupt him and change the subject. He finally continued: "I just have always thought of you as a sex god, not as boyfriend material." He smiled at me bashfully, as if he'd just paid me a great compliment.