For those of you who believe in the notion that woman are the only ones who are objectified, believe it or not, you are incorrect. Men are also objectified just as woman are, even though we may not see in in clear day light as we do with woman. The point of this video is to not undermine how woman are objectified in order to demonstrate how men can be objectified, but to shed light on those who are not too familiar with objectification and to explain that whether it be a Woman or a Man, it is wrong. Never assume someone is a certain way because of the way they look.
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Defo understand what you are talking about. Some ppl might some things meaning "well" but its still weird how some ppl can make u feel uncomfortable for the way you look. Even tho, men are objectified, women defo have worse. Being from a country where we still have the "macho" mentality and cat calling in the streets is the norm for a lot of ppl, women here certainly dont have it easy. It sucks! Great video ;) .... Keep up the good word.
I’m a lesbian and within the gay community I’m thought of as a “hoe” just because people find me attractive. And it’s always bothered me because I’m not one to ever just sleep around. & although t’s annoying I’ve gotten used to it
I'm sorry that you've been through what you've been through. I've had guy friends who have been harrassed by other guys for nudes and for sex and they've been scared and didn't know what to do. They weren't flattered. They were scared shitless and insulted. And I felt really bad for them. And there's nothing wrong with you feeling good about yourself. You should be able too without feeling harrased. I grew up being told I could wear low cut sits or tank tops because it'd make me look like a slut. And this was by my own grandfather. There have been guys that have been told the same like "oh you take pictures with you're short off. You're a fuck boy." But that isn't true. The day we stop hiding eachother is the day this world will be a little better and loving
you are so right. The day we stop hiding each other is the day this world will be better and loving. I love that so much & I totally agree with you. I am sorry that you also went through that. I hope you have been doing well! Thank you for reaching out. I always love hearing from you :)
I know how you feel. When I was younger I was bullied and seen as the ulgy girl. But when I hit highschool, things changed, and my curves filled out and I got more atteactive. I had a lot of guys that were my friends , but they started to see me as a toy. I was someone they could touch and play with for a while but I want good enough to be with. When I would get in a relationships I would have trust issues and I didn't know how to Handel relationships.I got catfished in middles school by a girl online that I thought I really had something with. It was hard to take. When someone gets objectified it takes a part of who they are. They loose something in them selves eventually that they cant get back. We loose out ability to trust, or love because we are just seen as a nice piece of ads instead of who we truly are. And when I say we I mean men and women. I've had some gay friends and some lesbian friends who have been taken advantage of or hit on unwantedly became of their looks or because of just who they were. It's hard going through it. But never loose your confidence like I did. Cuz of you do then that's how they win. It's not just cuz they see something they like. They can sense your insecurities and it turns them on more cuz they know it will be easier to take you. Always have confidence in yourself and never give in to those who don't respect you
Yep, used to be objectified. When I was younger and used to work out, I was always propositioned for sex or to be felt up all the time. I was always uncomfortable and would choose not to hang around the gay community. Now that I'm older and ober weight, I don't have this problem. I was never one for just sex as I was one for establishing a relationship (monogamous) and living a quieter life. But, I am still single and where I live does not help either, due to the transient nature of the area I live in. One day tho... One day... I'll meet someone whom doesn't want to take their pants off at a drop of a dime to get their dick wet. Lol...
I think mainly the reason gay people objectify others is because of the fact that sex is the main topic in our community. In most places love isn't a thing for the LGBT, because you can't approach someone because they're good looking in order to get to know them, because if you do you may get shamed for it, even beaten up in some circumstances. I'm from Chile and while in the place I live it's getting more progressive with time, it's still a death sentence to go around flirting with guys like straight people do.
So the point is that since love is a hard thing to execute for the LGBT, most of the community only works on their sex drive, leading to objectification of people. The only way that this could be fixed is for LGBT people to be able to establish more genuine love relationships, and the only way for THAT to happen is for society to stop shaming on the LGBT. So this is, in essence, still a problem directly linked to homophobia.
Hey Max. Thank you for taking time to reach out! That is so awesome that in Chile it is getting to be more progressive within time. You are correct though, love is an EXTREMELY hard thing to find amongst the LGBT community. That is definitely a great point that you mention. I honestly do hope that in the near future the community does change how it is so revolved around sex & also for society in general to stop shaming the LGBT community. Thanks for your input, Max!
Most men like being objectified. Those women who wear sexy clothes they are trying to get attention. I know i sounds like a chauvinist twat but at it's core that's the reason. The whole crap they say they like to dress good for themselves is a bullshit. Men build their bodies to impress other men and women and that goes for straight, gay or bi don't matter. We dress good for work to impress the bosses. But if you're goodlooking you get better opportunity. That's what the research and studies show. You get your job coz you're goodlooking and fit. But at the same time you can do the job but if you look like you just got ran over by a trunk on the face and a body like a marshmallow man, I'm pretty sure you won't get the job no matter how good you dance. Please understand that I'm not insulting you. I'm just stating what i've observed. Everybody objectify everybody. Even I'm objectifying you right now. You're freaking hot. So own it!
Ashley, you and I both know how the entertainment industry works. (Especially our old job on how certain people would be cast in roles who really didn't deserve the role). You are SO right though, you have to love yourself before anything else, and if that means having some people look at you differently because you are dressing a certain way, then so be it. And I know that you were definitely not being sarcastic lol.
I totally understand what you are saying. Being a guy in the gay community & the entertainment industry, I have come to realize that there are many times that I would be cast in a role (partially) because I am a handsome guy, which I do not mind at all. But that doesn't mean I solely was cast because I am good looking. And as for your mention of if anyone does put themselves out there to be a little sexy or scandalous in there outfits, be prepared to get attention even if its not wanted, you are 100 % correct; however, there is a FINE LINE between a compliment of a woman or man being sexy or good looking, and an objectifying rude statement which makes someone feel degraded. You can compliment a woman on her outfit or sexy eyes without having to make her feel slutty just as you can compliment a man on his body without making him feel as if he is solely eye candy for the public. Thank you for taking the time input your opinion buddy. I appreciate it! & No hard feelings at all, its a discussion that needs to be addressed. :)
Omg it's so not sarcasm!! I'm sorry if it came off passive aggressive. But I think you definitely said you're message. I just think ppl avoid commenting cuz it always turns into a huge argument. I always appreciate a conversation that doesn't turn into nasty name calling
That's super true. So it's like you're saying emotionally "armor up". Cuz ppl are gonna say inappropriate things, but don't let it get to you. I love that you took the time to reply to my comments. I really appreciate that!
Honestly, it just means you're handsome. It's a BLESSING to be handsome especially in our community, because if we're not good looking not only do people not want to associate with you, but you're not even given love or friendship. I'm not attractive at all, so I know, "being a good person" isn't all you need if you want to have friends or a boyfriend. People want someone good to look at for someone to even be considered worthy of love. It's sad. I feel being objectified is when you're degrading someone to only one thing, and don't believe that person has thoughts and feelings. I feel you're handsome, but you're also a great person.
i feel like a good personality does make someone more attractive though but we as a community usually meet each other on online dating or hookup apps and it’s hard to tell whether a person has a great or compatible personality just by looking at a picture of them or even just by messaging them. all we have to go by is pictures and looks.
Thanks Ron. I truly do appreciate your kind words. I do know that it is a great thing to be handsome; however, it is also an even greater thing to be a good person (in my own opinion) and it's a shame that in our community, being good looking is the key to friendships and relationships. It should not be that way. Hopefully one day our community will progress and accept others for more than solely their looks. Thank you for taking the time to watch my content. :)
I have been in a similar situation and people don't always think before they speak. I appreciate you being brave and discussing this topic.. I thank you for sharing your story. The problem is society has to give everyone a label and has no problem putting it out there with out thinking of the feelings of the person. I go to a church and one of our mottos is " is every number has a name, every name has a story and every story matters to god" . I constantly keep this in the back of my head when I'm having conversations and trying to mindful. I would love to hear more of your take on it... [email protected]
I love that motto, "Every number has a name, every name has mindful". It definitely is meaningful. Unfortunately labels are a live and well in the day and age that we live in. Thank you for for reaching out buddy. Hope you continue to watch some of my content. :)
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