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How do men feel when they're treated like a piece of meat? If they were the "choice" cut or "prime" rib, would it still make a difference?
What Guys Said 16
Doesn't matter if girls think I'm choice or prime cut as long as I am
then its all good.1
Where is the T bone and Tenderloin options lol1
If you think it sucks living in a culture that worships perfect female forms and puts them on every billboard and magazine cover... imagine one where your gender was considered ugly and gross, your body parts unfit to be seen by light of day, people would laugh openly if you disrobed in public, and no one ever gave you a second glance unless you had just stepped out of a fancy car.1
I've got no problem with being objectified provided I believe that she's genuinely attracted to my body - it's alright if she's not, but she can keep that to herself. If I don't know about it doesn't matter at all, however I'd pleased to know a girl found my body appealing.1
Saw a video once which provided a really interesting analysis of this. What it boiled down to was that our instincts are hard-wired to help us survive in the kind of environment humans lived in twenty thousand years ago. Due to the huge difference in the risks and costs of sex to both genders (pregnancy, possibility of death in childbirth, years of decreased fertility while nursing versus losing a few million sperm which regenerate constantly), women are instinctively cautious about sex and sexual attention, while to men, being objectified is a positive thing - an affirmation of your "market value," so to speak.
Things have changed since then, obviously - we now have a myriad of techniques for birth control and a legal apparatus which keeps men from ducking our responsibilities. In some ways, these days it's actually more risky for men than women, but those hard-wired instincts remain.
Here it is:
It would be great to hear a compliment from women, regardless if it is lewd or not. Men don't receive a whole lot of compliments from women.1
Now you made me hungry2
I would consider it a complement, it means that someone wants you, and it is good to feel wanted1
I like it when we men get objectified sometimes.1
treated like a piece of meat by a girl you mean? Eh i wouldn't care too much.1
Sometimes under the right context i enjoy it.1
No one could.1
If i don't know that person good enough then i hate it1
Uhhh Big Sean IDFWU pretty much sums it up0
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