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(Side note: Lindsay Ellis has a great video on the topic and how it applies to as well.) The key words there are "passive" and "object".Despite the protestations of Reddit-fuelled fantasies of straw-feminists, nobody out there with any real credibility is actually claiming that simply looking at women and being attracted to them is bad, dangerous or harmful.(Don't worry, this isn't going to be Feminism 101; we're only gonna touch on this since you brought it up.) The term "male gaze" was coined by film critic Lara Mulvey and describes how women in the arts are presented as passive objects for the sexual pleasure of straight men .It was only later that the phrase expanded to have a more overarching cultural meaning, where it's come to describe how groups view other groups as a whole.
It's time to get out into the jungles of love and find some treasure. Hi Doc, It is a pleasure to contact you after having seen your advice across various sites throughout the years.
Frankly, most people aren't going to notice unless you're or acting like the Wolf in the Red Hot Riding Hood cartoons.
Seeing somebody and being attracted to them isn't inherently rude or disrespectful.
So let's talk a little bit about attraction and how we meet our partners.
But before we do that, let's talk about the male gaze and attraction for a second.