newyorker88 wrote: quickquestionthanks wrote:
newyorker88 wrote:Objectification of females is way more pervasive in our society you must admit. Look at commericals, ads, tv shows, movies. For example Playgirl magazine is no where as widely distributed or consumed as playboy. You can't sit here and honestly say with regards to objectification it's equal among the genders. it's very one sided.
Sure, I was just pointing out that it's not a good look to complain about men discussing women in a competitive nature. Just as it wouldn't be a good look for a man to complain about women ranking men in a similar fashion. .
You're comparing apples and oranges though. Objectification of women is way more pervasive. Someone complaining about something that is everywhere and constant would not be looked at the same as someone who's complaining about something that barely happens.
Even more reason not to make such a fuss about it. Cest la vie. Look, the reality is that women stack up almost
entirely according to physicality. Thus, it is easier to objectify them. Men rank almost
entirely by their social worth, which comes from a lot of things: looks, charm, intelligence, diligence, etc.
There are no fat, ugly rich women that have young handsome men pining for their affection. There are plenty of young buxom beauties that are seeking a rich man, regardless of physicality.