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I have heard differing opinions on what is lust and what is considered beauty. The consensus seems to be that a playboy picture is out for beauty. Sex with multiple partners is definately wrong and I am sure a SI swimsuit calendar is fine. Any opinions? Any photographic image that presents a woman as a sexual object is sinful. Appealing to old paintings and statues is no defense either. There are beautiful women but they can only be viewed in their wholeness and privacy of their person. Anything else falls into varying degrees of pornography which causes lust. I believe any picture that is posted to arouse lustful thoughts is wrong. That can mean a swim suit in SI, or a seductive pose in playboy that is provocative, is meant to entice eye candy or lustful thought.
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That is, we are all encouraged to see with a straight male gaze and thus, we are presented with a female object of desire. Three choice posts on the topic can be found here , here , and here.
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A call to ban topless bathing on NSW beaches may have been overwhelmingly rejected by the Australian state's politicians, but plenty of women I know think it's not such a bad idea. Not that any of these women would advocate making toplessness a crime, only that they acknowledge a naked chest can be mightily distracting. Oh, and they're talking pecs, not breasts. Supporters of the ban want the law to state that "exposure of women's breasts on beaches will be prohibited" but the ladies I talked to would be happy with a simple health warning: "Exposure to finely toned, lightly oiled male torsos may cause dizziness, confusion and excessive sweating. These symptoms were in evidence when pictures of the US president-elect, Barack Obama, strolling topless on a Hawaiian beach were beamed around the world last week. Women from across the political spectrum were, for a moment, united in their glassy-eyed appreciation of the soon to be Babe-in-Chief. Representative comment on one female-targeted website that published the pics: "Those swimming trunks leave too much to the imagination. Buy that man a Speedo! The tiresome myth that women are not as visually aroused as men is used to justify everything from sexual assault to double standards about public toplessness, and it's time to kill it dead. If the oceans of female drool spilt over Obama and Daniel Craig and Jude Law and Roger Federer et al isn't enough to convince you, consider the fact that women continue to have sex with men despite not being legally or economically or in any other way compelled to do so.
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That is, we are all encouraged to see with a straight male gaze and thus, we are presented with a female object of desire. Three choice posts on the topic can be found here , here , and here. Presumably lust is not a feeling exclusive to straight men, yet the Lust booth featured only women dancing. The print ad they had displayed features a woman from the waist down, naked:.

I think if men were dancing in the columns, an objectifying male gaze would still be at play, except this time the gaze would have been aimed at men. Gay men are often stereotyped as obsessed with fashion, physical fitness, and their overall appearance i.

The idea that both gay men and women are subject to the male gaze explains a lot about why. Amanda C. Amanda writes:. Just another example of how the heterosexual male gaze is universalized. I was watching a program on the history channel about sex in ancient egypt and every time they had to have a bumper or some scene to show while a talking head was explaining an idea it was always a naked woman shot with the shadows.

Not once was there a nude or even suggestive man. I really wonder if future generations are going to think that it was only women who had sex in our times and that men were forced into it sometimes. Also note that naked guys are considered to be "funny" or "crude," while naked women are seen as erotic, sexy.

It's just stupid. Great post! When I was a teenager, I sometimes felt ashamed for harboring lustful thoughts - since, as a woman, I wasn't really supposed to have them. Even today, I'm more likely to find erotic stories which place an emphasis on emotion along with sexuality to be sexy as opposed to pictures of naked or scantily clad men, because it's hard to accept that, as a woman, my sexual gaze is valid.

This reminds me of how when Lust as a sin is personified for instance in the manga and anime Fullmetal Alchemist it's always a woman, even though in mythology you also had male incubi along with succubi.

I've found as a lesbian that pictures of scantily clad women don't do anything for me, but I can't tell if that's because as a woman the female body isn't a mystery or of I'm just so desensitized to it that there's nothing exciting about it. A woman in a three piece suit, on the other hand It is for this reason that I always correct someone when they say "Well, sex sells.

Another interesting aspect of this ad is the way the Brazilian woman is perceived in the media. In the other sins with the exception of the last , the one "guilty" of the sin was the one who was tormented and most often died. However, in Lust, it was the hooker who bore the punishment and the John who escaped without physical torment and alive.

It always seemed to me as if the serial killer was putting equal or even greater blame on the hooker for "inciting" lust. The movie took the one "sin" related to sex, and made sure to portray a very extreme sexual violence against a female. Movies like to portray sexualized violence against women, don't you know it's "edgy"? I've heard that while most porn is made by men, most sexually explicit fan fics are written by women.

I find this dynamic interesting when played out in my art classes. Drawing a nude woman in a suggestive pose is rather passe, but drawing a nude man and god forbid, actually showing a PENIS is somehow dangerous or crude and the offending image is much less likely to be hung up in one of the forever-rotating gallery halls, especially during Parent Weekend.

It's also interesting that this dynamic seems to be the exact opposite in my biology classes where all of the anatomical diagrams are illustrations of nude males. I suppose the male body is the default in science or any other academic pursuit, but when it comes to art, the female form is somehow more 'pleasing' to study and makes for better decorations in the halls next to our obviously default male anatomical sculpture dummies I'm going to send him this link; maybe seeing it in a slightly different context will make it clearer.

Just from conversations with my wife, we both agree that in general the nude female form is, from an aesthetic standpoint, much more pleasing than the male form. Male genitals just look kind of silly. We did both agree that shirtless men can look attractive, though, and I think you see quite a bit of that aesthetic in marketing and other media.

Penises just look funny. I think there is a bit of a societal role-play going on here, as well, in that in a "sinful" or "sexy" context, the change that is made is for a woman to be acting seductive. There is an implicit assumption in our culture that any and every man in the room is one seductive gaze away from ripping off his clothing and going to it in a bathroom stall. All men are assumed to want sex, as much of it as they can get, whenever they can get, where women are assumed to need convincing.

The degree to which this is or is not true can be argued separately, but what is important is that a woman who actively seeks sex is seen as bucking this trend and therefore something unusual, exotic, and sexy.

Whereas a man who wants sex is Mike: how much of you and your wife's perspective of the nude male form comes from socialization, though? I don't think male genitals look silly at all. I do think that we are socilized, however, to think that it's silly to sexually objectify men. Talk about a male heterosexist gaze! If we're talking personal preferences, I don't think women's bodies are more aesthetically pleasing then men's, and my husband doesn't either.

I've heard that a million times as well. All it takes is a look at another culture or another time in history to see that this isn't universal. Case in point: Ancient Greece - particularly the practice of exercising nude with optional body oil.. Meanwhile, women's bodies were described as "natural mutilation"!! I do think men's genitals look silly, but to be fair I also think women's genitals look silly as well- and I'm bisexual.

I think it also might be worth pointing out, in the context of this discussion, that what we find attractive in another person's genitals is just as much swayed by our culture as anything else is- which is why there exist operations to remove a woman's outer labia or lighten the color of the skin around her vagina to make it 'more pleasing', and why you almost never see a representation of a penis with a foreskin unless it's part of a discussion of foreskins.

That's without going into the whole issue of size, how it moves, etc. A while ago I found a website that the readers of this blog might be interested in: A gallery of real, everyday men's erect penises in a non-sexual context to show the huge variety of totally normal forms that a penis can take, as opposed to the "ideal" that is the only thing shown in porn and other media.

The site's creator hopes that the pictures will help fight the stigma men feel about having less-than-"ideal" penises. I also completely disagree on the "penises just look silly"-thing.

There aren't many things more beautiful than a nice looking to my eyes, obviously cock. And a handsome man, at that. Yes, even a naked one. But foremost I wanted to thank Jenna and Kelly for making me feel less alone with hating that scene. Though I experience it being even worse than just punishing her for his sins. I perceive that scene as punishing the man, completely ignoring the fact that she is a human being; she just seems to be a meaning to show him his wrongs.

No humanity left to her at all. Aside from that, thanks for the blog! First time commenter here, hope I'm not stepping on too many of the wrong toes I have such a hard time explaining this to my husband. When I try to point out the abundance of naked women in media and that it doesn't actually seem sexy to everyone especially me - I'm not bi , he just doesn't get it.

He just tries to argue that the "female form is more aesthetically pleasing", "sex sells" He really doesn't see how priviledged his sexuality is. He gets to see 'sexy things' all around while I have to look hard for them. What I find remarkable is the change in the perception of men's bodies in recent decades. Thirty years ago it was unremarkable for an athlete or regular guy to wear short shorts or brief swimwear, while today it has become unthinkable. When the topic of shorter shorts for men comes up on The Sartorialist or other places, the most negative comments seem to come from younger women.

Since I was already an adult before the change in perception happened, I've never quite understood why it happened. It's funny to me that a lot of this conversation has been taken up by male genitalia which I happen to find both attractive and funny. Despite the huge number of phallic symbols intentionally used in advertising, I don't think we'll ever see actual penises used as soft commercial symbols of lust.

Nor will we see actual vaginas. Heterosexist male gaze aside, it looks to me like a very specific female body is used to suggest lust in ads like this. Rather, the specific images of curvy hips, large breasts, long smooth legs, and thick shiny lips are all individual symbols for "sexy. Sure, most of the time they're still advertising to men, but if the same images seemed to be effective to the female market I doubt the ad industry would have any shame in using them.

And correction: "SEX" doesn't sell. The particulars of penetration, bodily fluids, genitalia, and all the messy emotional stuff are certainly not the topic of this kind of marketing. Rather, SEXY sells. Very important difference IMO. On TV I can think of numerous advertisements showing half naked male models writhing around Ax body spray used to have a ton of these , and I'm having trouble thinking of an action movie made in the last 10 years that didn't feature at least one shirtless beefcake shot.

And this is just at my local grocery store and on cable TV. There are billboards and posters featuring "hot guys" a plenty if you walk about half a mile north to the gay district in my town. If anything, I'd argue that we are seeing more and more images of "sexy" men these days. It wouldn't surprise me if this fact is linked to what I perceive as but haven't taken the time to research or prove the rise of various personal, self-image problems in the male community: anorexia, adonis complex, etc.

Indeed, women experience physical arousal when shown images of monkeys having sex. It's unclear whether this is a biologically hard-wired response or socially determined; it is clear that the male gaze is just simpler and better understood than the female gaze. This seems to furnish one reason that straight male fantasies are so predominant: it's a path of least resistance for advertisers.

Of course, that doesn't preclude the other reasons you've mentioned! Evan - images of 'sexy' men are definitely on the rise but they have a long way to go before they reach the same level as images of 'sexy' women! A long, long way. Forgot to add the linky-link to the actual post. Possibly related posts: automatically generated Waffles?



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