A single woman confessed she adores being objectified by men.

In recent months, Jana Hocking, 36, hasn’t been shy to reveal all about her dating antics.

Previously, the Australian warned women when their boyfriend’s aren’t in to them anymore.

On another occasion, the radio host slammed the “bulls***” break-up lie everyone tells in relationships.

Now Jana has admitted something that might be slightly controversial to other women.

Speaking to news.com.au, the singleton explained how she adores being objectified by men.

And she enjoys it when men wolf whistle her in the street – something that most women will claim is very creepy.

The 36-year-old started talking about being objectified by men
The 36-year-old started talking about being objectified by men

She said: “I have a shameless confession: I adore being objectified.

“At work, we used to have a joke when we complimented each other on something we knew was a bit cheeky.

“We would laugh and follow it up with: ‘That wouldn’t look good on paper!’ Or we would joke about reporting it to HR.

“Yes, I know in this day and age I probably shouldn’t say ‘Hey Sarah, your boobs look great in that top!’ It’s terrible. But is it really?

“Oh your honour, I honestly didn’t mean it in a sexual way, I just meant that she had it going on today and I felt like she should know.”

The radio producer is unsure why people are so much more sensitive these days
The radio producer is unsure why people are so much more sensitive these days

The radio producer claims that a shallow compliment is enough to perk someone up these days.

She continued: “In a perfect world, we would all swoon over brains and achievements.

“But sometimes you just need a good ol’ shallow compliment to spark yourself right up.”

And that even goes for Secret Santa gifts which don’t always need to end up going to HR.

Jana says she doesn't mind wolf whistling
Jana says she doesn’t mind wolf whistling

As for wolf whistling, Jana also recalled the time Joanna Lumley, from Ab Fab, questioned why it was offensive to women.

She concluded: “It’s a compliment, they’re saying ‘Cor, you look all right, darlin’.’ What’s wrong with that?

“We were tougher in the 60s. You knew something would whistle in the street and you weren’t insulted.

“We have become more sensitive flowers nowadays, people are very offended by everything.”





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