Tag: Female Sexuality

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Sexism and the male gaze

The male gaze, a theory introduced Laura Mulvey in her essay Visual Pleasure and Narrative Cinema, is the idea that women in the media are perceived solely through eyes of a heterosexual man and are there as passive objects of male desire. This theory applies to films from any genre: from Disney’s princess movies to…

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Feminism in Film: The Censorship of Female Sexuality

The naked female body is one of the most broadcasted and sought-after images in existence: exploited in order to sell everything, from newspapers to hamburgers, and is absurdly more visible than its male counterpart. But it is also one of the world’s most censored images, for rarely – if ever – is this nudity coupled…

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