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Cameron Diaz Thinks Women Want To Be Objects?!

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Umm… WHAT?!

The generally lovely Cameron Diaz recently spouted an, um, interesting opinion…

She claimed that all ladies secretly enjoy a little objectification now and then!

Cammy D. expressed:

"I think every woman does want to be objectified. There's a little part of you at all times that hopes to be somewhat objectified, and I think it's healthy."

Whaaaaa!!!!

Ok, we think what Cam is trying to say is that women like being seen as sexually desirable beings…

But an object to be used? Why would anyone want to be used?!

Of course most humans want to be seen as sexy creatures, our bodies are beautiful creations and no one should be ashamed to show off the goods…

But we can't imagine all women everywhere have a deep down desire to be seen solely as pieces of ass to be used for someone else's sexual gratification!

Right?!

But you know, looking back on Cameron's film choices (Charlie's Angels, Bad Teacher), we kinda get where she is coming from! Many roles she's taken require her to take off her clothes, ensuring that producers make bank off her naked bum.

We guess Cameron really doesn't mind being used like an object for someone else's gain.

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20 comments to “Cameron Diaz Thinks Women Want To Be Objects?!”



  1. 1

    Yes they do except for the heinously ugly types who run NOW

  2. fairmaiden says – reply to this


    2

    She speaks like a fool.



  3. 3

    There is a really big difference between being objectified and being appreciated. Really, really bad choice of words. Did she jump on the 50 Shades bandwagon or what? No Cameron, not every woman wants to be objectified. She may work in an industry where objectifying women is the standard, but she is also in her 40's now - I hope she has a plan B.



  4. 4

    ok im a woman and yes.. it feels really good to be objectified or used now and then and my husband feels the same way about himself

  5. sants says – reply to this


    5

    she knew what words she was using…she said every now and then, and she's right. there is soemthing extremely sexual about being objectified….and you would have NO CLUE perez, so don't speak as a man talking about what women like. It can be very sexy every once in a while. i completely agree with her and don't try to throw shade at her by talking about her film choices. This is why no one likes you in Hollywood. (no one that matters)

  6. Britt says – reply to this


    6

    The fact that she thinks every women thinks that, makes her ignorant. I don't understand why when people speak about themselves, they lump other people in with it. Just because you don't wanna look secretly weird, doesn't mean you should make all women look bad.



  7. 7

    She's looking HARD & USED UP; maybe she can find some meaning in her life instead of being a worn-out mattress …



  8. 8

    Hey, nice back fat!



  9. 9

    objectified as hollywoods cum bucket



  10. 10

    I don't mind my husband 'objectifying' me occasionally. A boob grab here, a dirty comment there. People can go jump off a cliff if they think I'll take that behavior from anyone else, though.

  11. @v@ says – reply to this


    11

    Either this needs further clarification, or it helps explain where she seems to be now.



  12. 12

    Of course women love being sexually objectified. I'd prefer being treated as a sexual object than a disposable one. Considering men are the ones who are expected to fight and die in wars, save the "women and children first",etc.

    If they didn't, they wouldn't spend an hour in front of the mirror and the beauty industry wouldn't be a multibillion dollar industry. All women are attention whores. If no male ever glanced in their direction they would be an emotional wreck.

  13. ningning says – reply to this


    13

    Nothing to do with CD's comment but…:

    Whenever I see Cameron Diaz's face, it makes me immediately think of her in the role of the Mistress Elena of Fifty Shades of Grey…she has that statuesque mature blond woman look in black.

  14. Cecile says – reply to this


    14

    Re: NookiesWA – ur so wrong. I would rather be LOVED and APPRECIATED than to be treated like a sexual object or a disposable one. There's a difference between being appreciated sexually and objectified. I dont spend hours infront of a mirror and I still get a lot of attention from men. Let's say ALL women, besides me felt like Cameron, it still makes her comment void because I do NOT feel like her, therefore it does not apply to all women. I agree that women like attention but i would rather use the word appreciation, and so do men.

  15. blah blah blah says – reply to this


    15

    blah blah blah I want to appreciated sexually not objectified blah blah bullsh*t bitch you wanna be noticed regardless. so none of you like to hear a man say how nice your ass is or how rokkin your assets are every once in awhile? if you say no your a liar. sorry. women do like to know that a man looks at them and are turned on by what they see and want to been seen that way every once in awhile especially by someone they find equally attractive. thats human nature its an ego boost hello! Im not talking all out disrespect but for your man to let you kno your boobs are plump and ur ass is right and he would like to meet you in the bedroom… nothing wrong with that. maybe not in those words but the message is clear.

  16. blah blah blah says – reply to this


    16

    Re: Cecile – even the nicest guy is objectifying you they see you and they see something they like it has nothing to do with appreciating you because they don't know you. you get approached because they find your face and/or your body attractive and they think you would look good on thier arm or in thier bed if they find a good relationship in the process thats just a bonus. but i bet if you werent getting approached or noticed for reasons that obviously could have nothing to do with appreciation you would wonder what's wrong



  17. 17

    Oh, please.. she's only spouting off the truth (not for EVERY woman.. but, for the majority). Just because people like to get all 'high and mighty' about such a topic. Give me a break! If you're dressing a certain way.. you're not just doing it for YOURSELF, you're doing it for the attention. Anyone who says otherwise is a liar.

  18. Heh says – reply to this


    18

    These are the type of things women tell themselves when they are not brave enough to be who they really are in order to keep a man around… women only speak like this when they are so insecure that they rely on men to give them any self worth, she also gets dumped alot so she must have decided she is just going to focus on looking good instead of working on her real issues

  19. Sven Erlandson says – reply to this


    19

    Diaz is actually more right than most people want to look at. As a therapist for over 20 years, I've seen this pattern, again and again and again. In fact, it's one of the big drivers of female infidelity — this 'wanting to be wanted…as a WOMAN,' not just a wife or mom or friend.

    My latest book, "I Steal Wives: A serial adulterer reveals the REAL reasons more and more 'happily married' women are cheating" is a provocative look at this exact topic, specifically the explosive topic no one wants to talk about: the radical uptick in female infidelity, such that it now equals or exceeds that of men. The book dives into the real reasons underlying it all, and it isn't the blather you hear on talk TV or read in magazines. As a therapist for over twenty years, the one pattern I've seen again and again is that all infidelity has at its deepest core the exact same cause: FEAR. Always, always, always. "I Steal Wives" is an intuitive, self-deprecating, salacious and provocative look at what's really driving women, and how to insulate your marriage.

    It's the first book ever written from the first-hand experience of a serial adulterer. It's essentially the relationship version of "How to secure your house….from the perspective of a professional burglar!" Check it out at Amazon.com or bn.com and see your relationships improve dramatically BEFORE the cheating ever happens!

  20. Sven Erlandson says – reply to this


    20

    Diaz is far more right than most people want to admit, I've seen over the past twenty years as a therapist.

    My latest book, "I Steal Wives: A serial adulterer reveals the REAL reasons more and more 'happily married' women are cheating" is a provocative look at this exact topic, specifically the explosive topic no one wants to talk about: the radical uptick in female infidelity, such that it now equals or exceeds that of men, in no small part because of this "wanting to be wanted." The book dives into the real reasons underlying it all, and it isn't the blather you hear on talk TV or read in magazines. As a therapist for over twenty years, the one pattern I've seen again and again is that all infidelity has at its deepest core the exact same cause: FEAR. Always, always, always. "I Steal Wives" is an intuitive, self-deprecating, salacious and provocative look at what's really driving women, and how to insulate your marriage. It's the first book ever written from the first-hand experience of a serial adulterer. It's essentially the relationship version of "How to secure your house….from the perspective of a professional burglar!" Check it out at Amazon.com or bn.com and see your relationships improve dramatically BEFORE the cheating ever happens!Re: Heh