This topic is a bit more political, yet it's something that has been running through my mind for the past few weeks in quarantine. Everywhere I go I see women wearing next to nothing. Shorts so short that they make you question the girl in question had a father at all. Sadly, this problem seems to be evolving over time. From the Victorian Era to now, women's sexualization has greatly become more normalized. In the wake of the #MeToo movement, women are discouraging men from acting on their natural desires that have been amplified by their sexual liberation. While I believe that Harvey Weinstein and Kevin Spacey are absolute scumbags for what they're done, my mind wonders if there is a link between these two juxtaposed cultures. Look at the red carpet and see hundreds of female celebrities immodestly exposing themselves and fanning the flames of male sexual instincts. In my mind, they are hypocrites. While they preach that men should quell their urges, they dress with their breasts near-exposed and butts on full-display. What do you guys think? Is there a link here or am I some blatant misogynist?