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Here’s Why The Media Needs To Stop Oversexualizing And Objectifying Women

The pressure to be pretty comes with many dangerous consequences

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On so many platforms across social media, women and young girls are constantly depicted as sexual objects. Even in movies, comic books, tv shows, music videos and advertisements, it remains the same. Apart from visual images, other…

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