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sex ob·ject

a person toward whom another is sexually attracted; a term most used by a female to indicate that a male narrowly views her as a vehicle for sex while completely disregarding the rest of her persona.

sex object

A person or thing regarded as the object of sexual desire.
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Parks's stage representation in Venus creates the illusion that Baartman was a free and liberated woman who enjoyed her status as a sex object and/or was in complete denial of such status altogether.
Gutek (1989) suggests that working women are therefore often regarded as sex objects by colleagues and superiors, irrespective of their own actions, and that consequently, they are trivialized.
Look further into thelanguage of the ordinance,' she continued, pointing to a section that barred presenting women as sex objects who are hurt or tied-up.
There is no justification that they be treated as sex objects, she added.
Fliers around the city said: "Come and join a protest against the rising 'raunch culture' which increasingly tries to portray women as sex objects.
Me having been a victim of a recent "date rape" makes me shudder 2 think that the perverts/rapists & men who C women as pure sex objects wud B encouraged 2 commit their crimes due 2 being sexually aroused.
And he dragged designated sex objects Diane Lane and Richard Gere, who are nobody's idea of extraordinary actors, along for the most interesting roles of their respective careers.
Levin, who terrified us with Rosemary's Baby and/he Boys From Brazil, spins a monstrous fable about a men's club that turns women into sex objects in ways not even Hugh Hefner ever imagined.
Airline cabin crew should not be made to dress as glamorous sex objects, said union bosses.
They are sex objects, girlies, totty - there to be judged, not by their skills, but by their appearance.
His menswear was genuinely revolutionary, insisting on men as sex objects.
We were sticklike figures who were basically sex objects.