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UnderRated Radio Friday Night with BrooklynKid1:@10pm Pm Est!!!!!! Topic is: Deadbeat parents Sexual Objectification #(424)258-9231
This is not the sexual objectification you are accustomed to hearing of. This is not objectification of individuals as objects of desire or beauty. The true objectification of human beings occurs when we treat them as disposable utilities, use them to the point of destruction, and then discard them like store brand appliances from wall mart. Male rape victims, thrown away and refused treatment by UN aid agencies – because once they’re broken, they’re no longer men, and thus, not human. American veterans shattered by their combat experiences, returned home to be discarded. And unlike females who are objectified as items of desire or beauty, and thus protected and coveted, men objectified are discarded as actual objects, and abandoned to die. They are also invisible, and never discussed under the heading of sexual objectification.
in Self Help
Join Karen and Damali in examining the relationship between objectification and violence against women. We will look at a study done in the Congo and contrast the cultural attitudes (displayed in that study) with similar sentiments found in the US and Caribbean. We will also share a pledge to end violence. This pledge asks us all to be accountable. We hope you will take this pledge with us. As we continue to improve the show, we will experiment with a new 30 minute format, followed by a 30 minute Google Hangout debrief session. More information about our Hangout will be announced during the show. Please tune in.
In this episode, Aaron Anderson, a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and owner of The Marriage and Family Clinic in Denver, CO. proudly sits in the man sandwich hot seat. He is a relationship expert who appears regularly across the web giving advice and on various relationship topics. In addition to his blog on RelationshipRx.net he is a writer for several websites and blogs including, The Good Men Project. Aaron has guest starred on several radio shows, podcasts and appeared on local news stations.
Aaron sits down with Marrie and Suzie to share his thoughts on the objectification of the sexes, indicators your relationship may be headed South, and how bad sex may actually be a good thing!
We look forward to having you join us…
AND make sure to bring protection!
Is the media affecting the body image of today's youth? What is objectification and what evidence exists for it? Is adult video capable of destroying relationships on its own? In this show, I'll examine the major apparel retailers, TV commercials, and the American Psychological Assocation (APA) Task Force on the subject of objectification.
I am a research assistant and student at the University of Houston, graduating with a Bachelors of Science in Psychology & Sociology in December 2012. I am the author of over 150 articles at my personal website, ScottFreeThinking.net, and can also be found on my own personal website that covers all my projects: www.ScottLee.name.
On the next episode of DNR Destroy N Rebuild Radio, we will be addressing the recent culture of the objectification and sexualization of Black women in todays culture. We'll also discuss it in history and some of the key components in why it persists.
All this and More on the next broadcast...
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Rape culture is a phrase used to describe a culture in which rape is pervasive and normalized due to societal attitudes about gender, sex, and sexuality.Examples of behaviors commonly associated with rape culture include victim blaming, sexual objectification, trivializing rape, denial of widespread rape, or refusing to acknowledge the harm of certain forms of sexual violence that do not conform to certain stereotypes of stranger or violent rape.
Most of us have heard about the 16 year old girl named Jada that spoke out about her rape. She was drugged and sexually assaulted at a house party. She didn't know it happened until pictures and video surfaced on social media. There was one person that admitted his involvement to the alleged rape from his social media post. We decided with this information that he had to be exposed but that was met with anger and even threats. The people was laughing at this young girl but got upset when one of the people involved got his twitter and facebook shutdown. Houston Police claim they have strong leads but they are dragging their feet to arrest the suspects.
Caitlin Roper is an Activist, Survivor and State Coordinator for Collective Shout which is a grassroots movement against the objectification of women and sexualisation of girls in media, advertising and popular culture.
Knowing the pain of sexual violence, first-hand, Caitlin is keen to see change and not only awareness but activation and protection when it comes to girls and sexual abuse. After walking through her own abuse journey, she was diagnosed with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and underwent treatment. Caitlin began blogging about her experience in the hope that by sharing openly and honestly she would not only find healing for herself but could help others who are victims or survivors of sexual abuse.
Caitlin had been sexually abused and for years she had attempted to bury it but found the pain of it all continued to pop up every now and then. The pain associated caused extensive distress and remained unresolved. As she sought help and began to speak about her experience, she soon realised there was a deafing silence around sexual abuse and rape. Victims feel a sense of shame for the violent acts committed against them and in our culture they are often blamed for 'putting themselves in that situation'. This only serves to keep victims quiet and allow perpetrators to continue to abuse without consequence.
Tune in an hear this brave girls honest story and follow her through her blog brighterthanbefore.wordpress.com or follow her tweets @caitlin_roper.
in Self Help
There aren't very many people left in the world who will not agree that Black America has some serious issues.
Not just "issues" like everybody else, but some very serious mental and emotional health, as well as socio-economic problems that are directly related to racism.
Toure of MSNBC used the words "The Power of Whiteness" to answer a female who stated that "her ancestors came here with nothing and made it work" (not). His word covered VOLUMES of truth about the impact of skin-color racism on Black people around the world; Black people of all shades, ethnicities, and backgrounds. Impossible as it is to write a book in six words or less, Toure achieved this in FOUR: The Power of Whiteness.
No one in the world can claim that bigotry and prejudice -even when it comes from Black people- has affected and impacted them the way racism has impacted us.
Last time, we talked about "Plantation Picaninnies": The subjection, objectification and abuse of Black women.
We already know what happened to us -we've heard it over and over- but there is a bigger picture about what we do to ourselves that self-implodes and hampers and impedes our own social and moral progress.
Why? What's wrong? What will it take before we "get it," or will someone else give it us first?
Tune in for the next segment of "Plantation Picaninnies": Black People Need to Come Clean.
According to The Jim Crow Museum of Racist Memorabilia at Ferris State University: "The picaninny was the dominant racial caricature of black children for most of this country's history."
The Abuse, Subjection, Subjugation and Objectification of Black Women and Children the world over is a fact, and with that pain also come the MEN -our sons and fathers, nephews, brothers, uncles, cousins- through our wombs, who cannot remain children forever; but we MUST raise them, we DO raise them, for better or for worse in sickness and in health until death do us part.
The abuse of Black women worldwide is not every now and again, it happens so much that we internalize it and do it to ourselves. These are the kinds of things that we go through on a DAILY basis, around the clock - non-stop, without relinquishment. It is never any wonder why so many Black women behave the way we do, given the circumstances.
Whether we are in church battling over a 'position' or a label in corporate America, or fighting and competing with one another in a dead heat out in the streets, the end results are always the same: More abuse and more objectification. A revolving door cycle that never ends and gets passed on, and WE ARE THE ONLY ONES WHO HAVE THE POWER TO END IT.
What is the FIRST STEP TO HEALING? Acknowledging that there IS a problem. Period. We cannot keep ignoring these things and think that the world will get any better, or that it will just go away. IT MATTERS: Hurt people hurt people.
Join us as we discuss, "Sexual Objectification of Women in the Media." Also, follow us on Twitter @DawsonDeniseTV.
We have a fun compilation of clips Phoenix and I recorded for the program.
We open up with a little riffing on thanks and giving.
We have the TRIGGER WARNING that will be played every episode.
From there we have an episode with fresh baked Gender Rolls, some cognitive dissonance, sexism and melanin based objectification.
Phoenix is a fantastic nice and young person and a very inspiring altruist in the democracy of ideas. I really appreciate the contributions that this wonderful individual has selflessly provided for the Wine Cellar.