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Are We as Women Partly Responsible for Emotional Objectification from Potential “Lovers?

By: Shaunese Johnson “Most men don’t see us as human beings, potential friendships. We are sized up for consumption of some sort, then discarded if we don’t fit in.”- Erykah Badu This quote by Erykah Badu greatly defines how our society portrays women. Men no longer seem to want the challenge and growth that actually […]

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