Throughout history, women have always been cut down from their humanity to be only left as an object of desire. even through poetry, films and day to day conversations, they are constantly objectified. Diving into shallow pools, women have been compared to many fruits throughout the history of art and culture either based on shape, color or even texture. whereas in more modern times, their sexuality is solemnly related to the fabric on their bodies other than their shape. In this sequence, my aim is to portray how men’s vision of women is blatantly regarding a desire for possession and even consumption in a sense, whereby they are shown as glamorous only for the viewer’s eye to lust over and not for their own self esteem.