You want to know what happens when women are objectified for their looks? It's if Justin Trudeau stands up in Parliament and someone screams, "show us your t**s". Maybe for some insight you could have a chat with Shauna Hunt, the Toronto reporter who finally called out a goon for doing that hilarious worldwide stunt: as a woman does her job on camera, random men will holler out, "f*** her right in the p***y". "Boy, that new Canadian politician is a babe" doesn't come close to the bar.
If someone were calling him something derogatory, such as, say, Shiny Pony, that would be worthy of your derision and defence.
There is certainly a double-standard in popular #PMILF banter, one that overwhelmingly benefits moneyed and powerful male politicians.
But the entire day was a windfall, according to Belinda Stronach, chairman and president of the Stronach Group, which put on the race."We were thrilled with the turnout this weekend," Stronach told E!
No secret nude photos are being displayed across the Internet, like many high profile actors (Jennifer Lawrence) and anchors (Erin Andrews).
But no news organization would stand for that, right? By calling attention early and often to Trudeau's looks, it made the rest of us very consciously avoid it.
Cheap shots like that would be left to the bottom feeders of the reporting pool, desperate for something to attack that has nothing to do with issues or platforms. The fact Ezra Levant and Sun News has been calling Trudeau "Shiny Pony" for years merits an eyeroll; worldwide media calling him "hot" merits a pile on. Before election night and the rest of the world tuning in, there were no overt on and on and on discussions about Justin Trudeau, Scale of 1 to 10.