Recently we had a debate competition in the university about Pornography Objectifies Women? I heard some interesting points raised in the debate and some good counter arguments too. So I think it's kinda global question of ethics, and it's relevant to this forum, if the Mods and Admin. don't approve/encourage such type of discussion then feel free to delete it. I'm anxiously awaiting to hear the replies from the advocators of the "self", "I am"etc..... Question :- Is it wrong for men to see women in a sexual light? Surely objectification would only come through exposure to women solely through pornography? Is it healthy to see all male sexual interests as objectification? Surely when someone complains of such objectification it says more about their own problems with sexuality than those of the person they're accusing. - or - It's about the feminist claim that pornography objectifies women. P.S Comparing porn to real life sex is like comparing movies to life. We understand movies because they have similarities with out life, but never the less, much more of it is fiction and we very well recognize the fact. When I watch a movie, I want to be cheated. So long as its done well, I have no problem. your point of view please?