From Michael Phelps on magazine covers in swimming gear and a ballsy David Beckham for Emporio Armani underwear to athletes dropping it all for AIDS and cancer charity, the male body is being excessively exploited these days.
Outcries of sexism towards females by the advertising agencies, media and fashion photographers are becoming outdated and irrelevant when we see the same thing happening to men.
You can’t call it sexism anymore if it is happening to both sexes. Excessive sexvertising, nudevertising and a bit of exploitation of the bodies of young models? Yes, maybe. But not sexism.
You want proof? Check out the cluster below for examples of objectifying men and their bodies.
49 Instances of Objectifying Men & Exploiting The Male Body
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Controversial Male Teen Stars
Recreating Famous Naked Celebrity Shoots
‘Wearing Nothing' For a Cause
When Ads Cross The Line
Naked Celebs For A Cause
49 Instances Of Objectifying Men & Exploiting The Male Body
Feb 8, 2009By: mediterranean -