Kristina Sinutko's 'Objectifying Men' is a series of tableaus that reverse common relationship roles. Rather than objectifying women, as we see frequently in the media, these images objectify men instead.
With photos that range from a male lying vulnerably in bed to a female beer-guzzling couch potato, Kristina Sinutko's 'Objectifying Men' series definitely turns the tables on relationships. Check out some other insightful looks on gender relations below.
Implications - The rise of women empowerment movements has created a society that is constantly moving towards gender equality. Artists, photographers and advertisers are using gender-reversing or androgynous imagery to make statements about this movement. Art that portrays situations of objectification that all females identify with are a popular means of raising awareness to this continuing struggle.
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Aggressive Affair Editorials (NSFW)
Men vs. Women Challenge Ads
Objectified Fairytale Characters
Women as Pieces of Meat
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Kristina Sinutko's 'Objectifying Men' Turns the Tables on Relationships
- By: Marissa BrassfieldJul 24, 2009 Updated: Jun 22 2011