hypersexualised love



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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of hypersexualise.


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  • They don't anticipate that harassment may await them, equal pay may still be a dream, poverty a reality for many, that a hypersexualised culture will dog their attempts to feel comfortable in their bodies and childcare will flay them when they come to reproduce.

    The new feminists: still fighting

  • Marketing is the excuse for using pictures of usually hypersexualised female characters to draw people into MMOs, yes.

    The virtual census

  • For a dystopian vision of the ageless world we now inhabit you have only to watch hypersexualised teens competing with hypersexualised sexagenarians on any of the talent shows that have become Saturday night TV staples.

    The Guardian World News

  • You might easily remember the 80s as an almighty game of oneupmanship between Madonna, Michael Jackson and Prince, two hypersexualised "freaks" and one deeply peculiar man-child.

    The Guardian World News

  • Marilyn Monroe and Diana Dors played up to a hypersexualised stereotype - and were ultimately pigeonholed by it.

    Telegraph.co.uk: news, business, sport, the Daily Telegraph newspaper, Sunday Telegraph

  • It's a trend that finds its unlikely corollary in our hypersexualised public culture which sells the mainstreaming of porn, pole-dancing and plastic surgery back to women as evidence of free choice and empowerment.

    Politics news, UK and world political comment and analysis | guardian.co.uk

  • It is when focusing on our hypersexualised culture that Walter truly shines.

    The Guardian World News

  • How ill this fits with the spirit of empowerment embodied in International Women's Day and how ironic that it should appear in the same edition as Libby Brooks's article, in which she rails against the grotesque categorisation of women as either hypersexualised or domestic goddesses (

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