Recently there have been a couple of examples showing that feminists have a problem with hot women showing their bodies. For example, a feminist at Femspire wrote an article attacking every single aspect of the new Star Trek movie, Star Trek: Into Darkness. In particular, the author of that piece objected to a scene where Dr. Carol Marcus (played by Alice Eve) was in her underwear. Nothing actually happens in that scene. There is no pornographic aspect to it or anything to worthy of an objection. It was nothing more than anyone would see on most beaches. Here is an image of what was in that scene to judge for yourself:
One of the comments in the Femspire piece, actually called this “gratuitous nudity”. For something to be “gratuitous nudity”, it actually has to have NUDITY which would require Alice Eve to be naked, not in her underwear.
In the UK feminist groups, UK Feminista and Object, have launched a legal campaign against “lads’ mags”, magazines that have hot women in their underwear and similar amounts of clothing. These magazines aren’t pornographic, and they have nothing to complain about. Despite those facts, UK Feminista and Object are saying that “lads’ mags” constitute sexual harassment or sexual discrimination against employees and customers of the stores where they are sold. Since the “lads’ mags” show nothing more than would be seen on most beaches, UK Feminista and Object are saying that going to the beach is a sexually harassing experience which is clearly absurd.
Clearly, feminists have a problem that goes beyond nudity or pornography since they have a problem with men seeing women, particularly attractive women, in their underwear. They are even trying to change language so that women in their underwear are considered “nude”. What is happening here is an attack on (heterosexual) male sexuality. Men like looking at hot women with few clothes on. The problem feminists have with images of women in their underwear is that men like looking at them. Everything that the feminists are saying about “harassment” (as if you can be harassed by an inanimate object), “nudity”, and/or “misogyny” is just a smokescreen for how they can’t stand men doing something they enjoy like looking at hot women.