Male-on-female “objectification” and the dildo.

You know, here’s something that I guarantee you literally no one has thought about.

I’m sure by now, you’ve heard about how men objectify women and that we should do something about it.

But here’s something that I bet you haven’t thought of before.

Men say that they are fulfilling their sexual needs when they “objectify” women, like through porn, etc.

But here’s something that you haven’t thought of before, and it involves the women (and potentially gay or “frisky” men).

When feminists talk about sexual equality, one common thing that they discuss is the fact that men and women (to their credit) should be expressive and comfortable with their sexuality (including masturbation).

But here’s the part that you haven’t thought of before:

How many women own a dildo?

I’ll wait a minute while you think about this:

For all of this talk and condemnation of “objectification”, seriously, here.

What is the dildo shaped like?

A PENIS.

What is a penis attached to?

A man. With feelings, values, desires, etc.

So why are women using a part of a man, which is in no way limited to said part, and, at least some of the time, imagining a man fucking her for her own sexual pleasure?

In other words, the dildo is designed to be like only part of a man, and it treats his “object” as separate from the rest of him.

This is just something that I don’t think most feminists are thinking about.

And when they fantasize about a man fucking her while using the dildo, is she thinking about what a great person he is?

Perhaps.

Perhaps this is what women think of when they masturbate, whereas men think about physical attractiveness. In that case, claims that only men can be “sexist” is kind of discriminatory and sexist against man’s nature, but that’s besides the point.

But what if the women are only thinking about how much the abs of the man she is fantasizing about turns her on? Or about how good his dick feels in her pussy? Or about how much thrust he can generate, thus how much friction he can create on her pussy lips? Or how good it feels when he slaps against her clitoris?

And if we are talking about sexual freedom here, who has the right to tell anyone what they should find sexy?: including telling men what they should find sexy? It seems like feminists are not going to be satisfied until men start sexually fantasizing about how good of a woman his wife is or until he stops sexually fantasizing altogether.

Feminism just seems like a women’s self-esteem movement, much like asking “Am I fat? Am I fat? You’re lying.” That’s just how women are. Feminism is just an extreeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeme (and I mean extreeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeme version of this).

This is why negative rights must be our only border about what actions are acceptable and which are not (at least legally).

And this is also why logic and scrutiny are so important.

(And before you say that my analysis is unjustified, imagine how feminists feel about “the fleshlight“, which I’m sure one would say “Limits an important part of the female body to the subjugation of only existing to pleasure a man without recognizing the inherent truth that women have rights to sexual pleasures as well, as well as the fact that women are not simply their vaginas, and thus have feelings and should truly be treated as ‘human’.” (This last part is key)).

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