Women Are Not Objects

In the 2009 German film John Rabe, a group of Chinese actresses were asked to appear naked for one of the scenes. A majority of them refused because of their family values. Some of you may disagree when I say this, but these actresses are my heroes. Let me tell you why.


Today, women are portrayed as objects of sexual fulfillment and not as human beings. It’s commonplace to see women wearing revealing clothing and sadly, some even letting men treat them as objects. You’ve probably seen this firsthand in your day-to-day relationships, walking down the street, or in the movies.


My post today is dedicated to women out there who feel they must engage in such practices to “be loved.” Let me tell you something—if you want to attract the right kind of guy, cover yourself up! Don’t let any guy touch you inappropriately or belittle you in any way. If your boyfriend really does love you, he will wait to express those emotions in marriage and he will love you for who you are. If he doesn’t respect you as the royal queen that you are, dump him. You deserve better.


I am appreciative to all you women out there who strive to live these standards. Keep it up! A women who practices these behaviors, I feel, is the most beautiful and stands out. If you haven’t found your Prince Charming, don’t give up. He will come along soon and treat you like the royalty you are.

2 thoughts on “Women Are Not Objects

  1. As a professional musician for over 20 years I know what it feels like to be objectified. And the profession is so competitive that the inexperienced women feel like they need to be more and more outrageous just to get noticed. The sad part is that it works, but for all the wrong reasons. It is difficult to look past the immediate gratification that comes with the attention. With experience comes the wisdom to recognize that type of attention for what it is – being seen and treated as an object.


    • Sister Moser, I didn’t know you were a professional musician! That’s so cool! What instruments do you play?

      I can understand where you’re coming from and I’m sorry you were treated that way. You are awesome!


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