Tuesday, March 9, 2010
Are Women Objects?
Tamara Lee, left, wearing a burqa, and Lou Brown, posing as an objectified American woman, protests in front of the American Apparel store in Berkeley to mark International Women's Day on March 9, 2010. Protesters were speaking out against what they call the store's objectification of women in its advertising. Alice Woodward protests in front of American Apparel in Berkeley. She was opposed to the store's advertising. "Women are not just disembodied breasts and butts," she said. "We are human beings."