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Authorities in Colorado released body cam footage on Thursday from a fatal shooting of a former sheriff's deputy just outside of office headquarters this past October.
The footage, which shows the former deputy appearing to reach for a handgun that was on his lap as he sat in the driver's seat of a car, appears to support the district attorney's determination that the shooting was justified.
According to Fox 31 TV, one of the deputies recognized Bidon as a former deputy with whom he had worked.
The deputies described Bidon as having a 'thousand-yard stare'.
Building on the work of Nussbaum and Langton, I’ve devised the Sex Object Test (SOT) to measure the presence of sexual objectification in images.
Mark Bidon, 50, is seen above moments before he was shot dead by sheriff's deputies in Arapahoe County When a sheriff's deputy exits the lot, he is forced to wait until Bidon drives a few feet forward so that he is no longer blocking the way.In this “spec” ad for Pepsi (not endorsed by the company), a boy is being given permission by the lifeguard to “save” an unconscious woman: Likewise, this ad shows an incapacitated woman in a sexualized position with a male protagonist holding her on a leash.It glamorizes the possibility that he has attacked and subdued her: 5) Does the image suggest that sexual availability is the defining characteristic of the person?The phrase “sexual objectification” has been around since the 1970s, but the phenomenon is more rampant than ever in popular culture–and we now know that it causes real harm. If objectification is the process of representing or treating a person like an object, then sexual objectification is the process of representing or treating a person like a object, one that serves another’s sexual pleasure.
How do we know sexual objectification when we see it?
Headless women, for example, make it easy to see them as only a body by erasing the individuality communicated through faces, eyes and eye contact: We achieve the same effect when showing women from behind, which adds another layer of sexual violability.