I’m a Barbie Whore

      Mattel’s Barbie is believed to be a good thing for little girls, in that, with her many different occupations, girls grow up believing they can be whatever they want to be in life. Whether as an archaeologist or a school teacher, nothing better fits Barbie’s true nature when she’s riding around in Ken’s convertible as the typical gold-digger. But with the original Barbie doll created after a German prostitute doll made for men, we discover what Barbie truly is—a hooker. Is this a way of showing young girls they can be whatever they want to be, or are they being groomed to unconsciously want to be desirable or sexually appealing to men, who will pay good money to “play” with them?

      In western society, women typically were always perceived as the victim, where man was the perpetrator. However, today we can see that men can also be the subject of harrassment from women. Every man has had some sort of experience with this, whether it be a modest girlfriend acting out as the naughty, “bad girl” in bed, or a more hardcore version, where a woman positively stalks a man to extract what she wants from him.
      Many women are rather skilled and practiced at such behaviors. Hollywood’s Weinstein scandal is a good example, with exceptions to those women who actually were, albeit naive, but truly innocent, most of these “victims” knew how the industry worked and still decided to do whatever it took to make it. The term “casting couch” had become a known household phrase so it shouldn’t have been a surprise to find Hollywood top executives taking advantage of people.
      In no way am I condoning the act of sexually advancing on another, but merely stating that many of these little “Lolitas” are not as innocent as they claim. They claim to be victims of such behaviors while floating down the red carpet in tight dresses with protruding cleavage. Seems like they’d ultimately gotten what they were initially after.
      Look at the market for women’s clothing and accessories that are meant to present women in an even more sexually appealing way to men. Consider the 2017 trend of fake nipples from “Just Nips for All,” which allowed women to have the appearance of “perfectly-placed” hard nipples cutting through their shirts. They gave the appearance of breast surgery without having to pay or go under the knife.
      If this makes women feel better about themselves, that’s great. But that can’t be the only reason and it’s not. For example, Jordan Peterson argues that women shouldn’t wear makeup and high heels in the workplace because they’re tools to exaggerate sexual attractiveness. It’s a game that women who wear makeup and high heels play constantly.
        I’m not blaming women for anything here, for they are victims, and have been since the first time they played with a Barbie doll. Since very young ages, women have been bombarded with marketing schemes that scream ‘sex,’ and appealing to me. But men aren’t to blame here either, for they are another type of victim .
      Men are also victims here as well. As young boys would steal their younger sister’s Barbie dolls, they were given false ideas of what a women should look like, as well as the fact that it’s not that simple to rip-off a woman’s head like a Barbie. Men are victims to their own biological desire from their own sense of sight—seeing a women dressed as such. This suggests two things: that our society has arrived at a stage of great denial, deciding to forget or completely ignore our past mistakes, or that this whole pretense was set up and founded on a huge landmine.
      If we look at mainstream entertainment, we see it everywhere. Even in the nearly forgotten book industry, with the most sold book series being centered around women’s rape fantasies. Fantasies that could never be publicly discussed in today’s PC world were then made into box office movies showing huge profits. Meanwhile, on TV, the number one music videos feature half-naked female stars dancing like strippers while singing about teasing or pleasing a man.
      What exactly is being portrayed here? That a woman must be allowed to be as sexy and sexual as she pleases, but cannot be sexualized? Men don’t even stand a chance in that game.
      Instead of pointing fingers at the opposite sex, society should band together against the corporations involved in this conditioning of our children.

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