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Be careful Catherine. You stated your words in this article in a precise way that I can't disagree with. However, be sure to make the distinction between objectification and sexualization. Objectification, or lose of human's agency, is never good. On the flip side, Sexualization is an intrinsic part of humanity and how we procreate. If involving consenting adults, there is nothing wrong with men and women sexualizing each other. These two words are often misused and confuse people about the morality of it all.
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