Objectification

In our society, a woman's body is like that of a desert. Something to crave, something sweet and desirable. The very essence of a woman, her personality, intelligence, and talents, are all sugarcoated, covered with sprinkles and syrup, because society doesn't see her as something more. If a woman is successful, a politician, a scientist, or an award-winner, society quickly judges her appearance above all else. If she's eye candy, she is more valuable. A woman is made for consumption.