Women are more than just bodies. See more. Be more.”
This is the powerful message Lexie and Lindsay Kite promote to young girls.Read more
What is objectification? What does it mean to be sexually objectified?
"Sexual objectification is generally thought of as looking at and viewing people’s bodies as objects for consumption — so, parts of people to be viewed, to be judged, to be consumed, to be used, to be discarded. Not seeing people in their full humanity. We aren’t valuing how they feel, what they do, what they say, what they contribute to the world. We’re simply valuing bodies (women’s bodies, especially) for what they can do for other people, particularly men — how men can consume those bodies, how men value those bodies."