How women appear on the front of GQ vs how men appear on the front of GQ
@Jessicae13Eaton has put together a whole bunch of GQ covers with women on the front, and compared it to a whole bunch of times the magazine put men on the front.
— Jessica Eaton (@Jessicae13Eaton) June 12, 2017
Let’s take a closer look.
We think a theme might have begun to emerge.
The images prompted a lively debate online.
Google image search:
“Mens health covers”
— Tobias (@MaxxyTraxx) June 13, 2017
Same issue. Females are bait, fragile, passive. Men are active, strong, powerful. It’s not about nudity.
— Tomcat (@Tomcat_) June 13, 2017
I just wanted to show you the Kindle Bestsellers list.
Is this also appalling? pic.twitter.com/cBpOMDSPvv
— Monk West (@monkwest) June 12, 2017
Yes, that crap is unreadable.
— Neurofuzzy (@fuzzycontrast) June 12, 2017
The magazine is called Gentleman’s Quarterly… this is like shaming Magic Mike for objectifying men
— b.t. gottfred (@btgottfred) June 13, 2017
@marstrina Gods. So many guys in this thread missing the point like a blind man trying to hit a full stop at 200 yards.
— Pod Wangler (@Podwangler) June 12, 2017
Here’s what @Jessicae13Eaton said on her Facebook page.