If women don't want to be "objectified", then explain things like BDSM?

Which in essence, is the man objectifying the woman. Just look at what it is

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Consent has nothing to do with it You're still treating them like an object, for the MANS thrill
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  • BDSM activities are conducted with those you trust sexually. Because you trust them, you're willing to do things that you wouldn't be willing to do with members of the general public, like be objectified, tied up, experience consensual non-consent, etc. Just because people like being objectified in certain contexts with certain people, it doesn't mean they like being objectified all the time by random people.

    Sometimes, you act out these fantasies because they're taboo and you wouldn't do them normally

    • It's still objectifying them. JUST LOOK AT IT

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  • Every time I see a question like this, I first ask myself if there is some equivocation in meaning. Here it seems obvious that the "women" in the first part are not necessarily the same as the women who participate in the latter. These could very well be disjoint groups.

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  • Do you even know what bdsm means or are you just a fifty shades fan

  • Sharking to make adverse comments about women tsk tsk 🤦‍♀️

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  • That's more for the fantasy. Those women don't wanna be objectified in real life by random people

    • you know my fantasy though 😏

    • @Asker for the woman's thrill too 😈

    • @scooogy true lol

  • Or bikini swimsuits for that matter.

  • If men don't wanted to kicked in the nuts, then explain things like "Ballbusting"
    =) see`?

    • But that would be the point, it's still objectifying them. Treating them like some object, just for the thrill she gets out of it

  • Ever heard of consent?

    • It's still objectifying. Just look at what it is

  • Ever heard of consent?

    • Its scary that this is a valid question because its the essence of the answer. Also in bdsm it hugely depends on your kinks. Being a dom doesn't give you all access to the sub!!!

    • Of course. The truth is The Sub has more power anyway.

    • Doesn't matter It's still objectifying the woman. Because it's treating her like an object, for HIS thrill

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  • I am submissive and I want only 1 Dom. No other man/woman can use me as a toy.

  • The man isn't objectifying her, she wants to be dominated. It frees her mind from guilt.

    • It's objectifying her

    • And they Both want the thrill.

    • She’s right

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