Turkey is one of the most nude countries in the world.
But the country has been in the news recently for its recent ban on nude male celebrities.
But why should you care?
In the age of social media and instant gossip, nude male stars are becoming increasingly mainstream, thanks to viral video.
We’ve been using this new breed of celebrities to make our lives easier, to educate ourselves and to raise awareness of an important issue.
The problem is that male celebrities are often paid less than women, often with scantily clad women, and often in skimpy outfits.
And while it’s tempting to view these performers as an easy way to make money, they’re also being targeted by a government that has the power to punish them.
The National Sexual Health Survey of Turkey (NSHTS) showed that just 14% of women aged between 18 and 24 were in favour of a nude male star.
Women were also less likely to support an “adolescent female” star, and more likely to vote for a “male” actress.
These women are being bullied, but it’s not just about money.
It’s also about the environment.
The NSHTS study showed that in Istanbul, where the country’s main cities are, there is a very high prevalence of sexually transmitted infections (STIs).
“The women are afraid of the nude male, which is a big issue for them,” says Sabine Kohn-Eddy, a professor of social psychology at the University of Zurich.
“When a male is not covered up, they can infect their partner.”
A survey conducted in the United States also found that female celebrities were more likely than male celebrities to be sexually assaulted.
“There’s a lack of respect for female celebrities and their bodies,” says Kohn -Edy.
“The media is very, very focused on what is seen as the perfect beauty.
The male model is seen to be a sexual object.”
When it comes to sex and sexual assault, the media is more interested in the male-male equation.
The industry is a lot more male-dominated than we might think, says Kornelia Schuster, a sociologist at the Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research.
In fact, in Germany and Sweden, where male celebrities make up the majority of the population, a study of celebrity profiles from 2005-2009 found that about 80% of male celebrities were sexually assaulted, compared with just 14.5% of female celebrities.
And when it comes down to the sexual abuse, women in general are more likely.
According to the report, in 2005-2011, women were the most likely victims of sexual abuse.
More than half of all reported sexual abuse by a partner was perpetrated by a man.
In the United Kingdom, a recent report found that only 5% of men were sexually abused by their partners.
And it’s all because of male-female differences.
According the US Department of Health and Human Services, men are much more likely (35%) than women to have experienced some form of sexual harassment in their lives.
And men are more than twice as likely as women to experience physical abuse.
“We’re really, really scared of sexual assault,” says Schuster.
“If it’s a male-to-male situation, I can guarantee that he’s the perpetrator.
He’s the perfect model. “
In Turkey, the male model gets a lot of attention.
He’s the perfect model.
He has the perfect looks.
He is not a sexual predator.”
This kind of male gaze can be seen in the way men are portrayed on TV.
There are so many male stars on TV today, and many of them are male.
But in Turkey, there are only six male TV personalities on the Turkish television network TV3.
It seems like only a matter of time before these men get a few days off.
But that’s not the case.
“You’re talking about a country where the media can’t even talk about sexual violence against women.
They have a sexist, racist, sexist mindset,” says Ewa Lutz, a director of the Istanbul Gender Equality Centre.
“That’s not something that is acceptable.
This is a country that has such a high rate of violence against girls.”
And when the media talks about sexual harassment, they often use the word “nudity”.
In Turkey, that word has a negative connotation that can be dangerous.
“It’s not funny,” says Lutz.
“For women, the word ‘nudification’ is used to refer to sexual assault.”
According to Lutz’s organisation, more than half the female respondents in the NSHET study were afraid of being touched by a male celebrity.
“They don’t want to be touched because it is considered to be disrespectful, but because they think it’s being an object.”
For the majority, the issue is more about social justice.
But there are some who are against