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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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The anecdotes in Sex Object are almost all similarly terse and under-explained, as if the bare facts should be damning enough.
The personal toll this takes holds a lifetime of implications, and few may be able to describe this as honestly as Valenti does in Sex Object.
As for the claim breasts are sex objects, it seems people in tribes where women go bare-chested don't find them a turn-on at all.
In contravention of international law, children are now being fired on indiscriminately as easy targets by Boko Haram, exploited as slaves and sex objects and deployed as suicide bombers," Brown said.
The singer, who narrowly missed out on a number one with her song from the John Lewis Christmas advert, has hit the headlines for satirising the music industry's depiction of women as sex objects in her video for her single Hard Out Here.
Legally, if the magazines were to stop images that treat women as sex objects on their covers they would not be breaking the Equality Act.
It is not that the women in today's pop and rock world are being treated like sex objects.
Shades had its initial renewal turned down by Warwick District Council in June after opposition from campaigners, claiming it degraded women as sex objects.
Coun Allen (Green Party, Shirley West) said: "It is bad for Solihull to have even a small element of the seedy culture where women are treated as sex objects.
Too many young girls are absorbing from the popular culture around them that they only have value as sex objects.
Lina Abou Habib, executive director of equality organization Collective for Research and Training on Development -- Action, said the advert was in line with other commercial campaigns which portray Lebanon as a country where women are happy to be treated as sex objects.
It gave out the wrong message; that women are nothing but sex objects to be exploited just for their bodies.