When it's hot and humid Tomoko likes to dress in thin cotton summer dresses. Whilst other people are sweating, trussed up in tight-fitting uniforms and day clothes, she is happy to be naked but for a couple of ounces of fabric. And, as she explains, this simple look is perfectly demure. But without nickers or bra, she relishes the frisson knowing that a slight gust of wind or a sudden movement could cause the short dress to rise and expose her pussy. She moves about, picking up the hem to demonstrate. Then sits on the floor spreading her legs. Her pleasure at being seen is plain. Her pussy already brimming with creaminess. At this point Bill, the photographer, shows her the suction cupped cock. "God, it's really heavy!" She says. "And what a wierd smell. Like rubber wet-suits mixed with that sweet smell of candy stores. Anyway, it's way too big to put in me." Mildly Bill says, "Oh? It's about average. I'm actually a good deal bigger." This, of course, is an outrageous lie. But it's sufficient to provoke laughter. So she fixes the suction cup to the chair and attempts to mount the cock. Then lifting off her dress she straddles the chair the other way, and with the added control succeeds in taking it all. Soon she is riding it. Grimacing and gasping as she slides and bucks. .....Don't you wish it was you she was fucking? This last rhetorical question is the touchstone of pornography. A woman apparently exposes her naked body to the (male) viewer. Of course it isn't a woman, it's an image of a woman. But if it was a woman in front of the viewer, rather than some conjunction of ephemeral electrostatic charges in light emitting diodes, this would signal her immediate availability for sex. The viewer suspends his disbelief and responds to the image. It's commonly said that women are 'objectified' in porn. This has become a generally accepted notion. This idea originated amongst those women who today call themselves "Feminists". Though today's "Feminists" are nothing more than simple Gender Fascists. They have no interest in liberating women or achieving equality for women generally. Their agenda is their personal advancement at the expense of both women and men. And at the expense of sense itself, by passing off garbage as thought. The word "objectify" means, to express an abstract idea as though it had concrete substance. It doesn't mean, to treat a woman as an object for the sexual gratification of men by depicting her. Except of course that language has been perverted by repetition of this nonsense. It's nonsense because to depict any person engaging in any activity signifies the activity depicted. That goes without saying. And no person is 'objectified' by merely being depicted. A person is hardly an abstract idea, so what could 'objectify' mean in such a context. And if it means, 'to demean' or 'to degrade'. Then a person depicted playing ping pong is demeaned only if you imagine that playing ping pong is demeaning. So, one supposes, if you believe that sex is demeaning, then being depicted as being available for or engaged in sex is presumably a bad thing. Fortunately for the survival of the human species, billions of people either don't imagine that sex is demeaning or have suspended their distaste for long enough to conceive billions of new people.
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