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Designing Women - Part XIX

Written by: Brandon Fisher

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There is an ever-growing list of women who cosmetically, naturally and crazily alter their appearance to look like a Barbie Doll. I don’t normally speak for all men, but I am pretty sure none of us has ever tried to have sex with a Barbie Doll. Blow-up doll, sure, but as far as I know they don’t come in Barbie form. Barbie also seems like kind of a soulless bitch. She can’t hold down a job. She is a fashion fad chameleon. She’s not special. She’s a dime a dozen (in any flea market.) This is not the ideal woman. Not to mention she has no vagina (something very essential when picking out the ideal women.) I also don’t think she has a plastic brain, but that’s not important to everyone. Plus she’s 53. No thanks.

It doesn’t make sense to me that someone would want to be a piece of plastic - to be objectified as an inanimate (though occasionally sporty) doll. That is until I read this new research. When presented with images of sexy women, both men AND women perceived them as objects while they see sexy men as people. I don’t like objectifying anyone, be they object or people. I think everyone should be judged by how stupid I think they are. What they didn’t express in the study was what men and women thought of regular, normal, stable dudes, like me. If any bar is an indication, they wouldn’t see me, because I am invisible.

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