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Do you believe open attitudes regarding sexual expression are liberating or disrespectful to women?

Society used to believe that women must be protected from their own sexual selves in order to keep safe themselves and their dignity. A woman's worth was heavily influenced by how society saw her, if she was modest than she was respectable, otherwise she wasn't.

Then came what I call the liberal revolution, and slowly but surely attitudes about female sexuality changed. Women were at the center of the world of sex and they still are, this brought good and significant changes in the world.

Times have rolled on, and now the attitude is that a woman's worth seems to be based on how sexually appealing she is. Though I would disagree with this, as women are more successful than ever in all fields of life in countries that highly sexualize women, and even men. It is hard to say why highly sexualized societies have created successful women even in fields that do not have anything to do with sex, but it is a phenomenan that we see these days.

What do you think? Are open attitudes regarding sexual expression liberating to women or disrespectful?
Do you believe open attitudes regarding sexual expression are liberating or disrespectful to women?
I think they are liberating
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I think they are disrespectful
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I think they are both liberating, and disrespectful at the same time
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