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The Human Body Is Not Inherently Sexual, So Why Do We Make It The Case For Women’s?

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Men’s bodies are not perceived as, without exception, and in all scenarios, as sexual things. So why have we made it so with regard to women’s?

The human body can be sexual, of course, in certain scenarios and situations. At other times (and actually, the majority of the time) though, it’s just a body.

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Brooke Meredith

Brooke Meredith

Ravenous reader. Impassioned with words. Social Scientist. Foodie. Novelist. Author of The Climate and Critter Column: https://brookeenglish.substack.com/

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