Ducati Dealer's Photo Shoot Puts Men In Sexy Motorcycle Poses

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A progressive Ducati dealership in Portland, OR has taken a swing at the objectification of women with a sexy photoshoot featuring a red hot 1199 Panigale, and men in heels.

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MotoCorsa had previously released a more cliché gallery with the bike and model Kylie Shea Lewallen, but has claimed they "had to listen to all the ladies who are sick and tired of bikes with bikini babes" as an excuse to let their male staff have a go in front of the camera.

While it can be nice to see a beautiful lady posing with our favorite motorized hardware, this shoot puts thing into perspective. Sort of.

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Now that I think about it, that task would be more effectively accomplished by men posing in sexy man-clothes. This is just funny.

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Illustration for article titled Ducati Dealers Photo Shoot Puts Men In Sexy Motorcycle Poses
Illustration for article titled Ducati Dealers Photo Shoot Puts Men In Sexy Motorcycle Poses
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The rest of the shoot is here, if this is your thing.

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racecarptak
ptak appreciates old racecars

This is pretty funny, but a lot of people will miss the larger point. Sure, there's probably a greater amount of male enthusiasts than female enthusiasts, but it really angers me when I see stuff at events like when they have "bikini babes" seductively wash a car in front of a bunch of leering dudes (and I'm a dude). I think they even had strippers at Gatebil. If they have to, maybe people could keep the sexual element and kill the gender barriers, as you say, by throwing guys into the mix (not in the comedic fashion as here, but you know).

This would -

1. decrease the amount of people who come to car shows only to see stuff like that

2. tone down the sex industry as a whole

3. spread equality, hell yes equality amirite?

I dunno, maybe it's because I'm bisexual, but I think this could work.

Flame me all you want, it's just my opinion.