Do you think women who sexualiz themselves are hypocrite when they complain about being sexualized?

GlitterFairy16
Im really against the sexualizing anyone, male or female. Unless they are getting paid to sexualiz themselves as a sex worker or work in the sex industry i do not see the need.

For example female pop stars who dress in extremely revealing outfits, dancing suggestively and then sing songs with suggestive lyrics and then go on twitter rants about feminist when they are apart of the problem. What kind of mixed message does that send to young female fans. You will only become a star if you sexualiz yourself and your popularity will be based more on how racey you are over your ture talent but then you should also expect people not to judge you based on your sex appeal or make comments on it either when all you do is sexualiz yourself how can you expect to be taken seriously.

It gives us normal everyday women a bad reputation and doesn't help us at all. Im not saying men aren't to blame but im saying a lot of women don't help the situation. For example Britney Spears dressing as a slutty school girl is now a sexual incon and then people wonder why school girls get cat called and sexuality harassed on their way home from school for the uniform they are wearing.

Men should just see women as sexual objects i get that but what im trying to get at is that how can they expect to be taking seriously if everytime a talented woman is shown to them they are also usually being sexualized at the same time.

Maybe if you put some clothes on whilst acting or singing men would appreciate you more for your talent over your body.
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What im trying to say is sexualiz yourself and expect to be sexualiz but don't drag other women into thinking its normal
Do you think women who sexualiz themselves are hypocrite when they complain about being sexualized?
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