'The Sexy Lie' We Should Be Talking About: Sexual Objectification

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Alison
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'The Sexy Lie' We Should Be Talking About: Sexual Objectification

Interesting how we were brought up to view our bodies.. it makes me sad.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/01/14/the-sexy-lie-tedx-talk-sexual-o...

emmalouise
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I am guilty of seeing where I

I am guilty of seeing where I am on the pretty scale when i'm in the company of other women but only when there are men present. Never thought of it as seeing myself as a sexual object just thought it was a thing to do with our sexual instincts from caveman times or something. Seriously interesting talk. thanks for sharing

*EmmaLouise*

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