The study indicated that female protagonist characters in popular films are more likely to be objective, promoting detrimental stereotypes for women and girls. These depictions are linked to the paucity of women as managers and producers, and the researchers suggested that women are working in other behind-the-camera roles. In a recent study, the women in leadership positions have been shown more likely to represent themselves as sexual objects or to be nudely shown, compared to their men’s counterparts. Our most successful movies convey the impression that leadership is mostly a province for men.” “The female leaders are male-eyed and not really ‘in command.'”
The study indicated that the women shown in these films were almost four times more often sexually objective, e.g., “the camera concentrated slowly on their body parts,” and five times more likely that they would be sexually harassed than the men. Of the films evaluated by the researchers, none were directed by a woman, only 1 in 10 was written by at least one woman, of which only 1 in 1 had a woman. Of the films evaluated by the researchers, none were directed by a woman, only 1 in 10 was written by at least one woman, of which only 1 in 1 had a woman. From the beginning, males who look over the silver (iPhone) screen have gone from being caught on the road to being ridiculed as gold diggers or to “hissy fit.” In fact, the female sex is seen in every respect and shown. In extension, it can even fall into the shape that you live under a male gaze if you are just worried about your appearance, relatively attractive, seeming “too intelligent.”
The influence and significance of the male gaze and how it might or might not have dulled over nearly 50 years since Mulvey first brought the term to the public attention are various opinions. Many would, however, agree that a male gaze is deeply sexist, patriarchal, and misogynist, and has an overwhelming influence. In addition, the male gaze is an additional hardship for people in traditionally marginalized communities. Black women have, for example, historically been depicted as hypersexual with the male gaze which gives the prevalent racism another face of the stereotype.