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Do Women Want to Be Objectified? Um, No Thanks

In a recent Huffington Post interview, Cameron Diaz inexplicably said that “”¦ every woman wants to be objectified.” But what does science say?

Ms. Diaz’s insights aside, according to Psychology Today, studies have found that although, to an extent, physical objectification can serve as a temporary self-esteem boost, over time, it can be damaging to your mental (and physical) health. Anyone surprised by that? I’m not.

By [E] Rachel

I punctuate sentences with Oxford commas, and I punctuate disagreements with changesocks. Proud curmudgeon. Get off my lawn.

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