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From the Ted Talk "Sofia Jawed-Wessel: The lies we tell pregnant women"

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Open Cloze

I wasn't a person to him until I was his professor. This concept, called objectification, is the foundation of sexism, and we see it __________ through every aspect of our lives. We see it in the government that refuses to punish men for raping women. We see it in advertisements. How many of you have seen an advertisement that uses a woman's breast to sell an entirely unrelated _______? Or movie after movie after movie that portrays women as only love _________? These examples might seem inconsequential and harmless, but they're insidious, slowly building into a culture that refuses to see _____ as ______. We see this in the school that sends home a 10-year-old girl because her _______ were a ___________ to boys trying to _____, or the government that refuses to ______ men for raping women over and over, or the woman who is killed because she asked a man to stop grinding on her on the dance floor.

Solution

  1. interests
  2. product
  3. people
  4. punish
  5. reinforced
  6. women
  7. learn
  8. distraction
  9. clothes

Original Text

I wasn't a person to him until I was his professor. This concept, called objectification, is the foundation of sexism, and we see it reinforced through every aspect of our lives. We see it in the government that refuses to punish men for raping women. We see it in advertisements. How many of you have seen an advertisement that uses a woman's breast to sell an entirely unrelated product? Or movie after movie after movie that portrays women as only love interests? These examples might seem inconsequential and harmless, but they're insidious, slowly building into a culture that refuses to see women as people. We see this in the school that sends home a 10-year-old girl because her clothes were a distraction to boys trying to learn, or the government that refuses to punish men for raping women over and over, or the woman who is killed because she asked a man to stop grinding on her on the dance floor.

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collocation frequency
pregnant women 4
sexual pleasure 3

Important Words

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