Women Are Not the Only Sex Objectified in Ads

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For the sole purpose one sex is featured far more than the other here on Adrants, we bring you this ad campaign for Abercrombie & Fitch filled, as they always are, with hot guys who have nothing better to do than workout all day, stare at themselves in the mirror and gaze into the lens of cameras. See more of these ripped dudes here.

Written by Steve Hall    Comments (1)     File: Campaigns, Good, Magazine     Jul- 3-06  
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Yes, but while men are objectified, they still look like strong "manly men" who are capable of anything. When women are objectified, they barely have a face, they are just body. They are posed in positions that make them look insubordinate and weak furthering the stereotypes that women are helpless and are only there to look pretty.

Posted by: Caitie on June 5, 2007 01:51 PM

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