Women, what does men sexualizing your body mean?

Is it liking your instagram bikini pictures?

Is it making dirty comments about wanting go sleep with you?

Or is it complimenting your sex appeal.

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  • When I'm seen more for bydyband sex than as a human. I learned early enough that I'll get stared and gawked at no matter what I wear. The fact that people sexualize nuns is evidence enough on its own. So I just learned to live with it and roughly ignore it.

    When I was 20, I put it to a but of a test. I posed nude for a photographer; tastefully I might add. One of of my friends was egging me to do it and I caved. Any who, I was in love with my photos and decided to post some of them to my FB and IG. It was before the massive crackdown on content so the posts are long gone now. The way those on my friends list interacted with my photos told me exactly how they see me. The responses were mixed, if course, since I have my family on there. My parents were supportive. Surprisingly enough my grandma was super loud about her support. Other family members weren't as supportive or happy. My friends were all sending praises. But some of the comments and subsequent DM's were less than desirable. And I get that it's effectively a direct consequence of my decision to post. I didn't get mad at them, save for the fee that send me "tribute" pictures... 🤮 those were instantly blocked, but not before taking screenshots and sending the receipts to their girlfriend's

    • That is so gross. People actually sent you tributes? People you knew?

    • Yeah. I love being social, but I don't add anyone I don't know to my FB/IG and they're set to private. The few that did it were friends, more acquaintances, from high-school. Like, I took class with them but never went past cordial conversations and stuff.

    • That is fair, and an important standard to keep these days. You might miss out on a few good connections, but you certainly avoid a whole lot of bad ones. And I'm sorry those creeps did that to you. People have no class

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  • I don’t mind if i post sexy pics and guys liking the pics, or save the pics. If i post it, i already know that is the consequence. But i would mad if the guy starts to text me or like comment, or text me, tell me that they use my pics for something dirty. I don’t care about my pics, but just u don’t need to tell me about it.

Most Helpful Guys

  • Your body is sexual by it's very nature. And there's nothing wrong with that. These hangups people have about sexualizing women have never made sense to me.

    We are sexual creatures so finding each other sexy seems like the most obvious thing we could possibly do to each other.

    It may come as a shock to some but, Men find attractive women, get this, attractive.

    And what does being attractive even mean? It means that you find someone sexually appealing. That's why gay people are "attracted" to the same sex. What do people think that means? Like come on people. Think about the words and language we are using

    You are going to be sexualized simply by existing because you are, like it or not, a sexual animal in a species of sexual animals.

  • lol I love it when women say men sexualize your body and you mentioned bikini pics… lol women sexualize themselves far more than men go out of there way too. You wear tight revealing clothes, skimpy outfits titties hanging out and then get mad when a man you don’t find attractive says something about them. All to attract a man that you want. Yet, you all don’t understand how life works. So the real question is, why are women sexual using themselves and getting mad when men react to it.. if you don’t like it. Dress modestly.. no it may not eliminate all the comments. But at least we will know that it’s truly the assholes that are commenting out of pure lust, than you searching for attention.

    • Just dare to say she is not sexy lol she will attack you for not being turned on by her body

    • 💯% mate! Well said 👏

    • lol she can get mad if she wants. She attacks me a quick call to the local authorities and a lawsuit later will correct that

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  • making and sexual comments regarding my body

    • any*

    • Simple & precise answer! in my opinion context is king.

  • It means engaging with it in a sexual way— whether that's staring, making comments, or even touching.

    It's not always bad to sexualize someone's body, but it is bad to do it when they don't want you to. I just sexualize my girlfriend, because I know she's okay with that. I don't sexualize strangers or friends.

  • That men desire her sexually... and most likely she is sexualizing herself to a degree. Onlyfans, skimpy, tight revealing outfits, itty-bitty bikinis at the beach.

  • all the above

  • We humans are sexual creatures. Mother Nature made us that way. We are supposed to think about sex with a partner. If we didn't, the human species would cease to exist.

    But sex isn't everything. Respecting a individual for who they are is also important. And this applies to both men and women.

  • It means you are hot.

  • It means using your body

    • And also harassment

  • sexualizing me means not respecting me or seeing me as a human

    hate it so much

  • SUCH a good question! I am eager for the answers!

  • It’s a compliment if they like my body.

  • I'm not one of these guys who makes a woman feels that she's just a sexual object but unfortunatly women these days are the ones who are selling themselves as sexual dolls!

    • It’s sad

    • @LaurenM1997 they have no dignity miss lauren and running thirsty after money $$

    • I wouldn’t do that it’s not in my nature and I certainly do not want to watch anyone go through it

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  • in my opinion.. liking her bikini pics is not men sexualizing women. Women post it for a reason either for likes or for clout. I find it's more making dirty comments to sleep with her.

  • I think the second and third example is it.

  • That's entirely what she perceives it to be

  • Your body and it’s sexualized

  • It’s considered sexualizing when the man is ugly lol whether it’s comments or liking her IG or just wanting sex. If he’s cute enough these rules don’t apply