I agree with this statement because in many videos the women are there because they look good and would attract young men therefore they are seen as eye candy. Furthermore this will teach young men that girls are just sex toys as the videos get worse and will make them represent the women like this till videos become less sexual. Also having girls in videos doing sexual things will be influenced on the younger generation.
'These images do provide pleasures to some viewers. But the concern is that men may internalise the notion that women are nothing more than sexual objects waiting to be used.
I believe some of this statement is true as a fair amount of men will agree and see women as nothing more than sexual objects. A majority of viewers will only be watching it for the women where as some of them are just watching for the music. These rap videos influence the older generation as well as the younger generation with lots of nude scenes that make people will almost definitely make people think that girls as "sexual object waiting to be used".
These sorts of images are not unique to hip hop. Objectified female bodies are everywhere. They appear throughout our culture in films, advertisements, television programmes etc. However, within music videos, this is virtually the ONLY vision of women available.
I disagree that these sort of images are not unique to hip hop because there are loads of other places where you can find girls similar to these, for example in the film Horrible Bosses, Jennifer Aniston in the film plays are part that she is very sexual towards men, her movement is seductive and provocative and this film is only a 12 rating therefore many young children would be able to see what a stereotypical women is now and could see her behaving in a very sexual way. In the new Gilette advert there are two women in small clothing giving another stereotypical and negative representation towards women. In the programme Geordie Shore the girls are always wanting to pull men and have sex with them, this will tell the younger audience that girls always want to have sex and that to men they are just objects, this shows many different ways where young men can see what women are now represented as.