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The same culture that put the zap on CAPP's head for having large breasts—her breasts attracted unwanted attention and she resented her breasts and now gets off on erotic images of breasts being punished (even though she now knows her breasts weren't the problem)—put the zap on your head.

Men, young and old, are supposed to be attracted to younger women.

Netflix has just renewed for a fourth season Grace and Frankie, a show starring Jane Fonda about the unlikely friendship and sexual experiences of two women in their 70s.

Our Souls at Night, a movie about a widowed pair in their 70s who climb through each other's windows for booty calls, has just been released in the US.

As for objectification, MILF, the problem with objectification is when the person doing the objectifying isn't capable of simultaneously seeing the object of their affections as a three-dimensional human being with desires, fears, and agency of their own.

Technically, MILF, we are all objects—"a material thing that can be seen and touched"—but unlike, say, Fleshlights or vibrators, we feel joy and pain and have wants and needs.

"I wondered if we would have sex surrounded by stuffed toys and family photos," Razer writes in The Helen 100, the book she released earlier this year, about the dating binge she undertook after her partner of 15 years up and left. It's what happened after one of Razer's dates, who had promised the columnist a night of mutually agreed upon "rough sex", sprung on her the news that his babysitting plans had fallen through.(Particularly when that someone is clearly objectifying you! When American businesswoman Darlene Daggett sued her matchmaking services firm last month for setting her up on a string of horrific dates, the news ricocheted around the world. For her US0,000, Ms Daggett, 62, was introduced to, among others, a man who passed out from a heart ailment on their first date, and a convicted felon.And Australian columnist Kerri Sackville has just written a how-to-survive dating book for older women — inspired by her own horrific and hilarious experiences — that is currently sitting on her agent's desk.It follows numerous recent articles examining the experiences — and cultural significance — of older women, including from Australia's Jane Caro and journalists from the New York Times.Another potential suitor told her he was waiting for his terminally ill wife to die before re-entering the dating pool.

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