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① Male actors have been complaining of increased objectification by female fans.
② Kit Harington, a star of “Game of Thrones”, says it is “demeaning” that he is “put on a pedestal as a hunk”.
be put on … As … 被架在。。。
③ Henry Cavill, the current big-screen incarnation of Superman, complains of a “double standard”.
④ They may have a point.
⑤ A study by USC Annenberg finds that the “hyper-sexualisation” of men in films has increased in recent years.
⑥ Of the 100 top-grossing films at the American box-office in 2007, 4.6% of male characters were seen in “sexualised attire” and 6.6% “with some nudity”.
⑦ In 2014 those figures
stood at 8.0% and 9.1%.
⑧ 2013 marked the highest point of this trend, with 9.7% of male characters in sexually alluring clothing, and 11.7% taking some (or all) of their kit off.
⑨ Even so, women are still three times more likely to be objectified on screen than men—and get fewer speaking roles.