In today’s society, transformations have accelerated such that, for the first time in our history, the older generation cannot imagine what awaits their children. For these reasons, it emerges a question of understanding of this, even before the prediction of the future. For the support of women’s sexual health, current efforts are opposed to a certain pressure to conform to the object of men’s desires. The constant reminder exercised by an external or internal judgment, on the physical appearance interrupts concentration and decreases the possibility of getting in touch with personal feelings and needs. The hope is that more and more to spread the culture of the group of study and intervention, consisting of integrated and diverse professionals, who can understand the physiological, psychological, relational and cultural aspects, both in their peculiarities and mutual interactions.
Keywords: Objectification, early sexualization, sexual health, psychosexological development, sexual identity
Marco Silvaggi, Adele Fabrizi, Roberta Rossi, Francesca Tripodi, Chiara Simonelli, Female objectification and early sexualization of babies: implications on psychosexual development in "RIVISTA DI SESSUOLOGIA CLINICA" 2/2016, pp. 5-19, DOI:10.3280/RSC2016-002001