The fast food industry seems increasingly determined to use the hypersexualization of women as an avenue to peddle their bargain burgers.
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Isn’t it so true that all men just can’t help themselves — they love to ogle women?! Even the U.S. president isn’t immune from being just like all the other sleazy guys, right?
Burger King continues to objectify and hypersexualize women by putting a model—who has the carefully crafted appearance of a blow-up doll—on the receiving end of its latest all-beef, mayo-oozing sandwich.
Apparently, pro-choicers are lucky more doctors haven’t been killed at the hands of right-wing hate mongers for the healthcare service they provide women.
This infamous radical right radio host has as much experience doling out sexism and racism as Sotomayor has facing the brunt of them.
Comedians in search of a laugh should really know better than to snicker about men having sex with teenage girls (or young women) less than half their age.
Right-wing talking heads are using everything in their arsenal to demonize Sotomayor, and Liddy is on the front lines with his bag full of this dusty old muskets.
Beck’s implied that Sotomayor got the job solely based on her gender and ethnicity, because that’s the only way she could have, right?
This ad would seem crass if it were aimed only at adults, but it’s wildly inappropriate for kids. It proudly sends the message to young girls and boys that women are objects to be leered at by men, and it uses a cartoon character known for his innocent optimism to do so.
Anna Faris, who plays Brandi, has called it “the date-rape scene” and expressed shock that the scene even made it into the movie, saying she thought it surely would be cut by a mainstream studio like Warner Brothers. The scene should have been cut. Heck, it never should have been filmed.