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Dear Sex Object: Lying Isn’t Sexy

We keep hearing, from a certain demographic, that women are objectified. By the media. By the entertainment industry, by men. And while it is not always stated explicitly, the message is that objectification of women is a very very bad thing. That is to say, it’s bad for women.

These same mental defectives also tell us that objectification is the reduction of people to utensils, objects of art, and knick knacks. A pair of scissors is an object, while the big-titted bimbo using those scissors is a subject.

But that’s not really how it works is it? After all, you are not confused that the girl in a pornographic video is actually a plastic sex toy are you? No, your fantasy of her is fantasy, because in her real life she’s not actually that hyper-sexual super-slut. In reality that fantasy video girl is a paid performer. She’s an actor taking Stanislavski’s method to it’s logical extreme. But even in your fantasy, it is a person you imagine, not an inanimate non-person doll.

When you objectify somebody in real life, or, more precisely, when you sexually objectify somebody, you make them the object of your sexual attention and desire. You don’t make them into an inanimate object, like a pair of scissors, or a sex toy. Not even in your imagination. Pretending that an actual women is a blow up toy is, for everyone other than specific fetishists, not much of a turn on. If this was not true, sex dolls would be a bit more than the niche market they are. Even when somebody indulges in sexual fantasy through use of an actual object, such as a sex doll, they are still projecting personhood onto what that toy represents. It’s not just a collection of pixels or carefully shaped silicone and latex, it becomes, through the imagination of the user, a person.

The rhetoric denouncing objectification, and calling it de-humanization is not just false, it is willfully false. That is to say, they’re not simply wrong, they are lying.

But the lie seems to be what so many people believe, at least in part due to the never ending repetition of the message. That’s a testament to how powerful women’s voices are. They can lead you to deny the reality that’s right in front of your eyes.

A woman who sets herself up to be sexually objectified is doing so because it gives her more power of influence over those who find her desirable.

That is the truth being denied. Even while many lying idiots put their own sexuality on display as a tool to command obedience to their message.

In the dialect of social justice doublespeak, objectification has become a synonym for very-bad-thing-do-not-want. Aren’t you sick of being lied to and shamed by halfwitted, post pubescent bullies?

“Stop objectifying me?” Do you hear a blonde bubble head tell you that while she’s lifting her shoulders to get maximum cleavage into view?

The word objectify is not even adequate. When you hear a social justice whiner use that term, do you think they mean reducing a man to a utility of financial provision? Do you think “objectify” means turning an immigrant into an object of agricultural production? Or, does “objectify” only mean sexual objectification, where a woman is raised in social influence by being made the object of somebody else’s sexual desire?

Aren’t you sick of being lied to and chastised by people whose self selected identity is that they are “the most moral person”? All this really boils down to is the members of the first world’s leisure caste pretending that elevated social status is a hardship. And they’re blaming you for their advantage, while exploiting you through social censure of a false grievance.

If we assume normal intelligence, a woman complaining about sexual objectification knows how much power being a sexual object gives her. So does every other child-woman who has ever had her drink or her meal paid for.

And if you’re a woman, and you’ve been sexually objectified, it doesn’t mean a man think’s you’re a pair of scissors, or an objet d’art, or a sex appliance. It means you’re the person he wants to fuck, and that gives you influence over him.

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