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To Fight Sexism, This Woman Recreated Art Masterpieces—with Barbies

The world’s most revered paintings now finally feature women (dolls).

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Barbies: one of the world’s most cherished (and beautifully mock-able) toys. While Barbies of the 1980’s might have accomplished such heroic feats as “getting a haircut” or “sitting in a chair,” French artist Catherine Thery had a slightly different plan for them in 2015. In a recent exhibit at the French gallery Teodora Galerie, Thery reimagined some of the world’s greatest artistic masterpieces—this time using Barbies.

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Chris Pratt Believes Men Should Be Objectified, Too

After shedding his “dad bod” the Jurassic World star argues that men and women should be objectified equally.

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Chris Pratt has come a long way from Parks and Recreation, where he starred as a fun-loving karate-chopping bureaucrat with “a dad bod.” Now the star of the jaw-droppingly profitable Jurassic World, Pratt spoke to Yahoo! UK about how transforming his body led to bigger and better parts. He openly admitted to being objectified, but he didn’t think that was necessarily a bad thing, adding, “I think it’s appalling that for a long time only women were objectified, but I think if we really want to advocate for equality, it’s important to even things out.”

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Game of Thrones’ Kit Harington Speaks Out Against Sexual Objectification of Men

You have to know some things to be one of the few Starks remaining.

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Game of Thrones is many things: politics, action, dragons, frozen zombies, rotten kings, blood magic… you get the point. But more than any other combination of themes put together, what really captures the attention of audiences like nothing else is the gratuitous sex and nudity.

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