Sky News has an interview with Goldie Hawn in which she relates this experience -
Hollywood actress Goldie Hawn has said she felt "very objectified" during her early career working as a go-go dancer, but will always "love and adore men".
Speaking to Sky News' Kay Burley, the Private Benjamin star, 72, reflected on the #MeToo campaign against sexual harassment in the entertainment business.
If we must use terms such as objectify or objectified then Goldie Hawn should know that men may objectify women but women also objectify themselves and always have. It is a chicken and egg dynamic where there is no point singling out men or women as the primary cause. From curls and a lace collar to high heels and skin-tight jeans, many young women objectify themselves. They know how and they know why.
It is a huge irony that the entertainment business frequently employs attractive young actresses because they are prepared to objectify themselves in pursuit of their chosen career. This is obvious to anyone who has ever watched Hollywood films.
Who started it? Nobody started it - this is how things are. Who perpetuates it? Take a walk around the town centre on a Friday night.