“Arm candy,” “sugar tits,” “butterface” — most of us have heard these names and phrases and others like them, directed towards women. These figures of speech are so innocuous, often cloaked in casual humor, they’re rarely given a second thought. However commonplace, for women on the receiving end being labeled a “trophy wife” or “arm candy” can be both objectifying and insulting. But what would happen if these phrases were interpreted literally? In her latest exhibition, Words For Women, at Gallery 151 in New York City, photographer Anna Friemoth does just that, showing us, in colorful, daring satire, just how absurd gendered insults are.