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Women’s experiences of policing in the war on drugs are thus highly gendered and sexualized.
Compared to her male counterparts, Scarlett Johansson’s Black Widow in the Marvel Cinematic Universe is over-sexualized, devaluing the strength her character — a superhero — should have.
The circus acts that bookend the story are weirdly sexualized.
And now controversial costume-maker Yandy has gone and sexualized something that never needed that kind of treatment.
For the past week, many women in Hollywood, frustrated with an industry that seems stuck perpetually sexualizing and mistreating women, had been watching closely to see where the Weinstein revelations would lead.
In his plea agreement, the actor admitted to downloading more than 50,000 images of child pornography and erotica — sexualized images of children — on his laptop and another 4,000 photos and 160 videos of child pornography on a thumb drive.
Her longer response addressed the photographer, how paparazzi photographers treat celebrities, and how women as a whole are sexualized.
Much of what is marketed to gay men becomes hyper-sexualized, and the group wanted to avoid having its social media accounts become feeds of shirtless guys.
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medical Definition of sexualize
sexualizationalso British sexualisation play \ˌseksh-(ə-)wə-lə-ˈzā-shən\ noun
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