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Stop exploiting women as sexual objects in movies

    1. Tina Yuzilaitis
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      Tina Yuzilaitis

      ontario, United States

There is a rampant trend of over sexualizing and objectifying women in the media. A noteable example is from one of the harold and kumar movies which has an unneccessary "pussy scene" or "the bottomless party" where dozens of girls are displayed nude from the waist down...there are also many movies which show nudity and objectification of women in general even more disturbing is something ive noticed that seems to be pornified rape scenes ..where rape is made to look very sexy and parts of the womens bodies seem to be showcased...this is quite dangerous as it combines lust with violence towards women. I would also like to see more types of women and more interesting women characters portrayed in movies,

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    • Anita Kanitz STUTTGART, GERMANY
      • 9 months ago

      Violence against women is an appalling human rights violation. But it is not inevitable. We can put a stop to this.

      -- Nicole Kidman

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    • Carolyn Severs HOUSTON, TX
      • 10 months ago

      Because it's very harmful in many ways. Rape is one thing, it also is very degrading. It's in your face in television everywhere. Enough..

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      • 11 months ago

      i believe personification of women as sexual objects with violence is the reason for increased rape cases.

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    • CIerra Krenz NEW ULM, MN
      • about 1 year ago

      This is true, and what is it doing to society? Teens, kids, even adults. It shows were okay with this stuff. But it needs to stop.

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    • Shannon Parry GOLETA, CA
      • over 1 year ago

      I am a woman.

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