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During the 1970s and 1980s, pop bands such as Queen tantalised audiences by singing “I am like a sex machine ready to reload/ Like an atom bomb about to oh oh oh oh oh explode,” and manufacturers of everything from cars to cigarettes featured pretty women in their advertising, hoping to boost sales.More recently, we have seen Marks & Spencer create saucy adverts for its food, a style dubbed “food porn”.Numerous female celebrities have stripped for charities such as PETA, but it has been found that using sexualised imagery can be seen as dehumanising to women, leading to a subsequent decrease in support for the brands or companies in question.Interestingly, both men and women adopt negative views of ethical causes “exploiting” women in this way, as the audience ends up questioning the integrity of a charity which would seemingly benefit from taking advantage of women.The problem is that if people are continuously faced with a large volume of sexual imagery, they eventually become desensitised to it and so no longer experience physiological arousal.This is what has happened as a barrage of sexually-charged advertisements have become a permanent feature of the advertising landscape.
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I don't remember seeing a movie before quite like this one.
When she's sure Elizabeth is with a man, she calls Max at work, sending him home to confront the lovers. I saw this movie without anyone telling me about it or reading anything about it. I thought it might be just another "chick flick" with a predictable story and ending.
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