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In a keynote speech Michael Gove, the shadow schools secretary, condemns the so-called "lads magazines" for encouraging men to view women as mere sex objects.
"Our strategies for dealing with teenage pregnancy need to be focused more on young men and their responsibilities," he will say.
"That\’s why I believe we need to ask tough questions about the instant-hit hedonism celebrated by the modern men\’s magazines targeted at younger males.
"Titles such as Nuts and Zoo paint a picture of women as permanently, lasciviously, uncomplicatedly available."
We know that newspapers chase the prejudices of their readers rather than create them. It would seem therefore to be logically at least likely that magazines do the same. So it\’s not that these offerings cause lads to think of women in such terms, rather that they do and are willing to pay to have such prejudices pandered to.
All of which rather means that once again a politician has got confused between causes and effects.