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Subjectification Of Women

Updated on May 16, 2017

You dare to subjectify me with your lies

Objectifying me with your eyes and stereotypes

Was it not betwixt a Woman's thighs that first you received life

At her breast you sucked for a time

Was your Mother then to be scorned and mocked

When she bared her breast and provided you sustenance

You dare to look at me and see not what inside lies

But mock that which your warped mind and drooling eyes

Continue to embody and stereotype

The deceitful lies and stereotype you continue to perpetuate

Hate for the maidenly form that which first gave you life

And rocked you in tenderness

Did you think your Mother virgin at your conception or birth

To make you stereotype a Woman's form

What changed your view as you matured

To make you see a Woman's form

As something, she must be ashamed of

Do you hide your wanton ways and deceitful thoughts of pleasure

Based on stereotype and hurtful taunts

A Woman's form is to be appreciated and worshiped

It was at her breast that her life sustained you

In her arms, you found comfort as a Man

And between her thighs, you first learned the sweetest lesson

Will you teach your Sons to do the same

To be ashamed of a Woman's form

Or will you teach them to worship and respect

Written and posted to a Poetry site I believe in 2011. It was where I first Met Adam Bronx. We never met in person, we had a shared love of poetry.

Subjectification, as is used defines how certain segment of Society through speech use negative stereotypes and verbal abuse to identify Women. Different from Objectification which is more visual identification of or visual perceptions, action related.

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