I could write pages and pages on the objectification of women. From the moment of our birth, we are the ‘lower’ sex, taught as we grow, of our place as a carer of men and their ambitions. We are taught that our life is for the purpose of making a man happy and giving him children. Our toys are aimed towards our appearance from an early age, and while boys play with cars and guns, girls are given toy vacuums and kitchens.
“When feminists decry the objectification of women, most people immediately think of the images that saturate our magazines, movies, adverts and the Internet, of women in varying stages of undress, dolled up and presented for the male gaze. Yet, while sexual objectification is a huge problem, it is, sadly, only a fraction of the objectification of women that permeates our world, from the moment we enter it.” Huffington Post.
Empowering women is the way forward as this article looks at a women’s favourite positions but not in the manner first assumed.
In his photograph series called “Judging America“, photographer Joel Parés from Dallas has put together images of people in costumes that would otherwise be viewed negatively in the world we live in, but if you were to just to pull back the material covers, you would find individuals that are highly successful in their real lives.