Sexual Objectification: What It Is, Why It's Damaging, And How We Change It

Melissa Gilkey

Sexual objectification is not only deeply (and bizarrely) rooted in our cultural subconscious, but it's also something that has to change if we want a truly happy, sex-healthy society.

*Contains some strong language (NSFW).*

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