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I often hear people say to girls or women: "You're so pretty!sexy." "Plus-sized men are sexy too." If that sounds absurd, it's because it is absurd. We don't constantly remind them of how handsome or sexy they are while doing whatever they are doing, living their lives.But is there room in this conversation for the imperative of moving this obsessive focus on the physical appearance of females?Are we better off if every woman can be "beautiful" or if -- like men -- women are not reduced to whether and how their bodies pass muster?I get that "all women are beautiful." It's admirable. We need to challenge the paradigm, not wedge more women into it.About eight or nine years ago, I dated a woman for a few months who was a model. She had a lovely face and a perfectly proportioned and perfectly sized body. This physically perfect woman was a “plus-size model.” Since I don’t pay attention to fashion or to modeling, I hadn’t consciously realized until then just how insane the world of modeling had become. And I didn’t realize just how warped most women’s images of their own bodies have become.

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This article about now-elderly Playboy pin-up girls from decades ago showing they still have it.

I’m thinking about this today because of publicity from a story in Plus Model magazine about the difference in size between mainstream models and plus-size models.

The magazine argues that models small enough to work in mainstream modeling meet the definition of anorexic.

Sure, some commenters will post examples of sexual objectification of men by media. But it happens way, way, WAY less than it happens to women, so let's not get derailed here because that will be the purpose of those comments. Look, I'm not foolish enough to think that the male gaze will ever go away (or even should), nor do I believe it will ever cease being a driving force behind what a lot of women themselves have come to view as empowering. The problem is that a lot of men and women consider female outsides to be terribly important and constantly up for assessment in a way that is not the case for men. I understand human nature, but I still want more for girls and women.

When females are reduced to their bodies, it is easier to violate them because they are seen as objects that are less human and less deserving of rights and respect. If female bodies were not so commodified, how might that change the world?