Why is it okay that guys have sex on tv, while the women are being hated?
the Debate has run since the Fie Laursen to Ekstra Bladet stood up and told how she had been udskammet on social media, because she had sex in the programme 'Ex on the Beach'.
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Later told Amanda Mogensen, who also participates in the program, same story. To many people's amazement, could the act's male feature, Mark Bøgelund and Robert Risager, tell, that they have not received one negative message to have had sex on tv.
A clear double standard, which was italesat by Mark Bøgelund, when he visited Ekstra tv studio.
- I think it is strange. It is quite natural to have sex. You must not come and tell me that the girls and the boys (writing in red.) is so fucking sacred that they do not even do it. It is natural, but is it because she is a crack on the tv, they see her as cheap? I don't understand it, said Mark Bøgelund.
Fie Laursen received numerous hate messages on social media, because she had sex on tv. Photo: Mogens Flindt
women udskammes on social media when they have sex on tv, not coming on the back of the well-known feminist and twerker Louise Kjølsen, also called the Twerk Queen. She refers to a report from The National Research and analysis centre for Welfare and health, VIVE.
- It was unfortunately documented in the VIVE-report by 2018, to it among high school students is very normal that when girls have sex, so she is a cheap hooker. When a man has sex, he is really tough. It says something that we still need feminism and a qualified sexual education of the young in state schools and the high school, says Louise Kjølsen, who continues:
- We need to make up with this insanely old-fashioned culture that women lose value when they exercise their sexuality. To have a sexuality and express it - with consent - is a human right and something we all should be allowed to, no matter what gender we ascribe to ourselves, and no matter what we have between the legs.
Louise Kjølsen will make up with 'a crazy old fashioned culture', which udskammer women. Photo: Mogens Flindt
She shakes her head, that neither Mark nor Matthew have received negative messages, while hate messages are flowed in the girls ' direction. She commends, however, both Robert and Mark for the public to take distance from the udskamning, which is directed towards their sex partners in the program.
- It is the super bummer to hear, but it reflects also unfortunately the reality really well. It is also the reality I live in, and the reality of all the other women in Denmark live in. And men for that matter. The best thing about this case is that they went out and supported. It is just what we need; that it is not a kvindekamp, but a menneskekamp, where all the supports up about what is right and wrong.
- Fie Laursen points out that it also greatly are women, who pollute her for having had sex on tv. How is it to hear?
- It is women, who themselves are afraid of being exposed for 'slutshaming'. It was the same, I even experienced being called whore on social media - and are still experiencing. Especially young women are reading the rules we have in society, and when they see someone breaking them, then they choose actively to take distance from it, so no one think they are such. They testify to a great many people live in fear of the social udskamninger, says Louise Kjølsen.
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the Solution to the problem is not necessarily straightforward, but according to Louise Kjølsen, it is important that both women and men take up the fight, when they are witnesses to the social udskamning.
- It is really important that young people receive a qualified sex education, so we don't get to reproduce this here idea. It takes place in 2019 testify that we have a piece of work that is not done. We need to do away with this mindset. We need to educate young people, and we need to point out it. We must italesætte 'slutshaming' and say it's not okay, " she stresses.