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Jun 1, 2012, 1:43 PM

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Re: [wonderwoman] Are There Gender Differences in Risk Tolerance?
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wonderwoman wrote:
cracklover wrote:
The claim was made that society tells girls that they are merely a sex object first and foremost, and can have absolutely no social standing or value to society unless they are willing to strut their stuff, and can demonstrate that men find them worth pursuing for sex. Only after passing that test can a woman have any additional value in society.

Here is a recent Hollywood example that comes to mind:

http://jezebel.com/...ed-have-her-own-show

It's a damn shame. But... thank god we don't get all our messages from Hollywood and the fashion industry! If it's about selling a product, you can be sure they don't have your best interests, or the best interests of society to heart.

Edited to add - an even better example would be the messages we get from the likes of Chris Brown and Rihanna.

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