Halloween: That time when women objectify themselves and complain about being "objectified"

TournelHenry

Incels.Net Regular

I remember seeing this article on this University newspaper and people in the comments were complaining about it being "slutshaming" LOL.
Funnily, the article wasn't wrong nor slutshaming. It talks about how Halloween costumes oversexualise characters that aren't otherwise sexy, but everyone seems to have misunderstood it.
The very group that cries about this article are the ones that complain about women being sexualised in ads.
The hypocrisy
 

KoolHitler

Incels.Net Novice
Women only complain about being "objectified" when it's a normal guy doing it.
If it's a chad doing it, then it will be a totally different reaction.
 

Novosadjanin

32y old, mentalcel, wizard
Women complaining about objectification are the ones not getting as much attention as other girls do and their whining is fueled by envy. Women objectify themselves generally simply because they love to.
Take Alyssa Milano for example. She built her entire career on the basis of her cute face and perfect cleavage. As she couldn't fight the nature and she hit 40's, newer, younger, bouncier girls were coming to the stage and taking her fame (she faded quickly as she had nothing else to offer to entertaining business other than her body), in only a few years she became one of the most prominent members of #metoo movement and cancel culture.
 

Uncommon

Incels.Net Master
Another example: Feminazis and social justice warrios always complain about female characters in videogames or animes to be "objectified", and they censor them, as happened to the dark queen of the battletoads or the female characters of mortal kombat:

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but Those are the same feminazis and social justice warriors who go to the streets to do riots while being half naked...

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Feminazis and social jsutice warriors are hypocrites...

Take Alyssa Milano for example. She built her entire career on the basis of her cute face and perfect cleavage. As she couldn't fight the nature and she hit 40's, newer, younger, bouncier girls were coming to the stage and taking her fame (she faded quickly as she had nothing else to offer to entertaining business other than her body), in only a few years she became one of the most prominent members of #metoo movement and cancel culture.
Thats the life cycle of most female actors, most female models, etc: First, when they are in their 20s or their 30s they wear sl*t clothes and even have sex with millionaire men to get job in movies or in model parades. But later, when they are in their 40s or their 50s and they lose most of their money and fame, they start with the #metoo movement and cancel culture.
 
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