A few years ago I took a fantastic Political Science course at my local community college.
Unfortunately, Señor Chang did not go to my college.
Our professor wanted everyone to love Political Science as much as he did, so he gave us a lot of freedom on what we would write our major class papers on. That’s how I ended up writing a paper called “Advertising, the Gateway Porn: How Hypersexualization Undermines Cross-Gender Relationships.”
Last week I tried to use some of my research from that paper to cover a topic Gordon introduced in a previous post, how advertising can be just as damaging as pornography, but I quickly realized there was far too much information for just one post. That’s why today I’m going to continue with the topic of sexualization in advertising. Continue reading
Posted in advertising, feminism, media, sex
Tagged advertising, Canadian Women's foundation, cute, d&g gang bang, date rape, dismemberment, feminspire, fetish perfume, gender, hard to get, innocence, Jean Kilbourne, Jezebel, Killing us softly, men's rights, naive, no means no, objectification, Political Science, power, rape culture, sexualization of children, sexy, status, Upskirt Tumblr