The stripping scenes in ‘Magic Mike’ were written and choreographed for an overwhelmingly straight female audience, and were intended to be sexually appealing to straight women. However, in the article “‘Magic Mike,’ Junk in the Face and the Female Gaze,” the author notes that some of the moves were not seen as particularly sexy by certain members of the audience. One woman said, “The dancers in this movie say over and over again that they are providing women with what woman want. So, the message is that women want ball sacs shoved in their faces? That is hard for me to accept.” Other authors theorize that this is due to a combination of the subjective nature of female desire, the dearth of male objectification in media, and that there’s “nothing sexy about the floppy, flaccid male penis.” Do you think the above woman’s disconnect was because of these things, or was it also a result of a male perspective on what women find sexy that influenced the choreography?