Sexual objectification is the act of treating a person as a mere object of sexual desire. Objectification more broadly means treating a person as a commodity or an object without regard to their personality or dignity.”
The term sexual objectification certainly has a long history in mainstream media. Over the years, it has been closely related to specifically the objectification of women. Throughout early feminist movements right up to today, many people regard sexual objectification as leading protagonist in gender inequality.
Contrary to common misconception, sexual objectification isn’t just about mistreating and misrepresenting men or women through advertising, pornography, art, prostitution and some career choices, as mainstream media would have you believe. For those of us within the BDSM community, sexual objectification is something rather different.
How does it Work?
An objectification kink is both a physical and mental exercise, ideal for those new to the kink community who want to establish a power exchange. Within a consensual and safe partnership, objectification can be a thrilling kink experience.
One person in the partnership (and this is by no means gender specific) wants to be used for sexual gratification, within the limits that both parties have laid out for this kind of encounter. The practice can take on many experimental forms, not to mention a whole lot of fun!
Objectification often comes with humiliation, it can involve gags, blindfolds, raised voices and verbal humiliation.
imagined. All parties involved need to be mindful that something can (and likely will) go awry in practice. So, talk, communicate and set limits and safe words then, enjoy experimenting with sexual objectification.