What do the "-domination" and "-objectification" keywords even mean?
Can someone please explain exactly what these keywords mean, and can the meanings be proven?
male-domination (30 titles)
female-domination (530 titles)
female-objectification (926 titles)
male-objectification (4460 titles)
In the "-domination" keywords, is the male the one dominating, or is the male the one being dominated? Can the keyword "female-domination" apply when one female "dominates" the other, or does the keyword on its face imply the domination of one gender over the other?
In the "-objectification" keywords, is the female the one doing the objectifying, or the one being objectified?
How do we know on the face of these keywords what they mean?
Over the years I have occasionally added the keyword objectification-of-women to titles because I think that keyword is more precise and clear on its face. Unfortunately, the keyword objectification-of-women has sometimes been changed by other contributors to female-objectification (whatever that means).
These keywords remind me of the keyword "child-rapist." Does that keyword mean a rapist who is a child, a person who rapes a child, or a child who rapes another child? I assume that most people intend for this keyword to mean somebody who rapes a child, but wouldn't "child-raper" be a more accurate keyword?