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Beginners Guide to Sexual Objectification

Beginners Guide to Sexual Objectification

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This is a beginner guide to Sexual Objectification and is the culmination of over seven years of journey into this Sexual Objectification fetish lifestyle. This guide will introduce you to the lifestyle. This item also includes 12 of our favorite Sexual Objectification task ideas.

What is in this Beginners Guide to Objectification?

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Beginners Guide to Objectification (32 pages with information on Sexual Objectification from our collection)

Contents include

  • Disclaimer
  • Sexual Objectification Defined
  • Potential Physiological Impact
  • Common Vocabulary (19)
  • Sexual Objectification Ideas (12)
  • Remember

Format:  4" x 6" Non Editable PDF

What is Sexual Objectification?

Sexual objectification in the context of the Kinky BDSM lifestyle refers to the act of treating a person as a physical object for sexual pleasure rather than as a whole person with emotions, thoughts, and feelings. This can involve objectifying body parts, such as the breasts or genitals, or treating a person as a possession to be used for sexual gratification.

In a consensual BDSM context, sexual objectification can involve role-playing and verbal and physical objectification, and it can be an exciting and pleasurable activity for those interested in it. However, it's important to remember that it should always be discussed and agreed upon by all parties involved and should never involve non-consensual or degrading behavior.

What Sexual Objectification is NOT?

In the context of the Kinky BDSM lifestyle, sexual objectification is a consensual activity that is intended to treat a person as a physical object for sexual pleasure, but it is not:

  • Non-consensual: Any form of sexual objectification not agreed upon by all parties involved is non-consensual and unacceptable. It's important to have open and honest communication, set clear boundaries, and be aware of your and your partner's limits.

  • Abusive or harmful: Any form of sexual objectification that causes physical or emotional harm to any party involved is not acceptable. It's important to prioritize the safety and well-being of all parties involved and never engage in non-consensual or illegal activities.

  • A way to justify discrimination or prejudice: Sexual objectification should not be used as an excuse to discriminate against someone based on their race, gender, sexual orientation, or any other aspect of their identity.

  • A way to escape from problems: Some people might use sexual objectification to escape from their problems, but it's important to remember that it's not a solution for underlying issues.

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