I've made numerous comments here and elsewhere about the falsity of Kelly Thompson's criteria for her February 2012 essay (link above). At the same time, I pointed out in OBJECTING TO OBJECTIFICATION that one can find genuine examples of societal objectification in particular social situations. However, these examples don't compare across the board with hyper-sexualization in fiction.
Without further comment, here's a good example (better than mine) of the real-world consequences of objectification in a particular milieu. Thanks to Brittney-Jade for a succinct and accurate essay.