We love to watch bad guys on TV. Why do we love to hate their wives almost as much?
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“Severe objectification is when you see someone as a collection of parts that only exist for your pleasure.”
This is a comment by wellokaythen on the Comment of the Day: “Society wants dads to ‘step up’, but they are literally stomped down when they do.”
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