Powerful video aims to combat objectification of women in media

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From the thigh gap to hypersexualized advertisements that bombard us all day, objectification of women is everywhere. A new campaign from Women Not Objects calls on women to stand up against such harm, which can add up and damage women when exposed at great lengths.

In a video entitled #IStandUp, the campaign argues that media depictions of how “ideal” women should look and act are unattainable goals. Women are invited to submit dangerous imagery to the campaign — advertisements and the like that use excessive Photoshop or reduce women to props — via Instagram or through email.

Read the full story at Refinery29.


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