"I'm not saying the media doesn't do the same with men but with women it's a given that they will be objectified." & "So women should also like it when they get attention they don't want, or like being objectified and take it as a compliment? "
Wait -- is commenting on a woman's beauty objectifying them?
Saying "You should wear skirts more often, you have nice legs" is not an objectifying statement in my opinion. In order for a comment to "objectify" someone, I think it has to deny their autonomy or personhood and in some way disregard their feelings/concerns. I don't think complimenting your legs and saying you should wear more skirts is somehow assaulting your personhood.
"So if I don't dress this way, and people encourage me to dress like I don't normally like to dress, that's still not getting to you yet?"
If you wore a skirt and someone said that you should wear them more often, no, that is not "getting to me" yet. Sure, a comment about "easy access" is objectifying and demeaning, but that's an outlier and I doubt the intention that the original comment intended.