Don’t You Want to be Objectified?

Even a little bit?

Let’s say your man makes you get naked and just stand still for him to admire. That’s objectification, but you probably wouldn’t mind it.

Let’s say you’re walking down the street and someone cat calls you. You know you’re safe, but it feels good to hear it. That’s objectification, but you probably wouldn’t mind it.

So let’s say Penthouse magazine offers you a million dollars to pose nude for their magazine. That’s objectification, but you probably wouldn’t mind it considering the money you’re getting.

Everyone has a price. And objectification is the easiest price to barter for.

You know you want to be objectified.

-VIS

2 thoughts on “Don’t You Want to be Objectified?”

  1. Hi, VIS. Just commenting on this post as it is the first one I came across. My first time on your blog actually, although I’ve been a long time fan of your work, which hopefully you remember. As always you put things in a simple, direct and easy to understand way. I just happened across one of your books I previously bought, and reading a few of the chapters really struck a chord with me, once again, so ended up here. Thanks for all the great words.
    Kayleigh.

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