Media betrayal

@msqtech (15226)
United States
October 24, 2006 10:42am CST
In all media all woman are shown scantily clad and seductive how can a man avoid at least some level of lust when he cant avoid these teasing media posts?
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29 responses
• India
1 Nov 06
for this both have to work together to avoid this
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@msqtech (15226)
• United States
7 Nov 06
thanks for your response
@The_Eagle_1 (1123)
• Australia
14 Nov 06
The media is responsible for so many flaws in our present day...and those parents who tried to teach their sons and daughters different ways of looking at things had their children ridiculed by their "peers" whose parents saw nothing wrong with the maltreatment women recieved and still recieve!! The language used in TV and Movies is an obvious example as the children use the same foul language!! And that is only a minor display of degradation of our young!!
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@KrauseHome (30807)
• United States
13 Nov 06
Not all women are displayed this way, and it depends on what you are looking at. You can choose what you look at and help avoid some of this issue as well.
@rmuxagirl (7570)
• United States
10 Nov 06
Its hard for men not to have a small level of lust when all the media shows is scantly dressed women. One thing my Christian male friends do is change the channel when a commerical comes on with women portrayed in this way. OTher than that I'm not sure.
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@wmg2006 (5386)
• United States
2 Feb 07
The same way a woman avoids this when a hunk of a man wears very tight pants or a nice tight shirt. It is called control! Men could do this if they could just stay focused on the business at hand and not the busines they wish was in their hands. LOL
• Mexico
19 Feb 07
I would not like to be forced to feet all the women in thsi world that just LOVE the attention of men around them. For so many it is a way of proving themselves for whatever reason. In ALL my relations I was confronted with women that would NOT go outside the house without wearing their earrings, just to name an issue.
@vhansen (2036)
• United States
13 Sep 07
What level of lust are we talking about here? As long as you don't go out and do anything criminal or cheat on your partner I see no harm.I see something sexy I apreciate it and if it really gets me cranked my hubby reaps the benefits.;-)
@riyasam (16582)
• India
8 Sep 07
in media women are shown scantily clad,i do agree.they might be doing it for money or whatever.but if you fall into temptation its your loss.i think men must exercise self control.
@bethack52 (407)
• United States
19 Feb 07
Its media, like you said, not every woman portrays there selves like this, enjoy the media thats what its for, but look past that in the real world and you will see there is so much more to appreciate in a woman!
• Mexico
19 Feb 07
YES, bear with us, ladies. Don't we have a difficult life!?
• United States
7 Feb 07
Scantily clad women or no, men will always have lust. Women too. It is human nature and I think if kept in check lust is completely harmless and a rather good feeling at times. I was hoping to come up with a good response here and thought I could. Now as I sit here staring at your question my mind has gone completely blank. Could it have something to do with my wallpaper of Johnny Depp looking at me with those sexy mysterious, smoldering eyes....I guess it goes both ways!
• India
3 Feb 07
thats media mistake coz view like that type one womwn not gent what can we do?
• Netherlands
3 Feb 07
Because humans are supposed to be CIVILISED. This means that men should have self control.
@ondo1015 (1885)
• Philippines
2 Feb 07
These are business that we can hardly aware. Seduction is a form of crime.
@ronita34 (3923)
• Canada
1 Feb 07
I guess that i have to agree with you that woman are presented in this way. I for one think that this is wrong as it does make us all seem scandalous!
@Debs_place (10551)
• United States
1 Feb 07
That is not true of all media, maybe it is the channels or show that you watch or magazines that you read. If you want to do somethng about it, then contact these people and state your concern, hit them where it hurts, in the wallet.
@clownfish (3278)
• United States
18 Jan 07
Hi! I can tell you how it makes me feel. As a woman, I feel like if I'm not a size 2 and 6 and 1/2 feet tall, I might as well go sit in the corner. These unrealistic portrayals of women have to stop. I mean, come on, we burp, we throw up, our noses run, our feet smell, we go through all the same things every person goes through. Why try to create this ideal of perfection that can never be attained?
@lsen06 (5006)
• India
18 Jan 07
it is very difficult to avoid
@leanette (3004)
• India
14 Dec 06
I think women are considered as mere objects in real world also..the media just encourages such attitude. It is degrading to see women be considered as mere objects good for ogling at. But then the truth is sxx sells in media, and theres no way of stopping such publicity.
@vinod4net (628)
• India
13 Dec 06
but one should be intelligent enough not to indulge in such type of things when he can sense obscenity. What media shows is there propaganda simply to get popularity among the very procative public and for that they can go to any extreme, public should be sensible enough not to indulge in such type of things
@shaaaanth (323)
• India
8 Dec 06
Yes, the lust factor is there. But women are the best sales strategy. they appeal to bith sexes alike!