When we drool over soccer players' bodies, are those of us who critique the objectification of women's bodies being hypocrites? No. And here's why.
Mostly, our #shamelessobjectification posts celebrating soccer players' bodies — the abdominals, the thighs, the man-love, the thighs — are being met in the spirit in which they are intended: a fun, randy way to participate (one of many) in the global collective experience that is the World Cup. But there have been some understandable concerns with which I've got to disagree. Here's the gist: