I did not say that porn leads to society that sexualises makeup, you're saying that I do, so find the proof of me saying exactly that. I did not say that there is a baseline of normal sexuality either, I defined what I mean by hypersexualised culture today and gave you proof. It's not a comparison. Although I also compared it to 50 years ago in terms of volume of sexual imagery processed by our brains which you totally ignored. Take that as baseline of you need one. I also did not say I know why women wear makeup to work, where do you get this stuff?? Women obviously wear makeup for a large number of reasons. Having a reason for something doesn't mean that's it automatically removes underlying message of the object. It's the same concept as having a gun. You can own it for different reasons, defense, hunting, fun at practice range, but it doesn't remove the underlying message of danger, of capability to maim or kill which you may or may not want to project. Makeup to negligee is a bit like pepper spray to gun.