" ultimately, all we need is an answer to the question, "do you love me?" (objectification can only distort ones ability to obtain a real answer to this question) "

- philosophy of the body  

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" the noticeable though brief distraction an objectification based advertisement creates in the opposite sex may demonstrate the importance of the need to look unquestionably desirable to maintain their full attention (who do not appear to be very faithful at all - and are certainly not with all of these advertisements around) - and so further the argument for the purchasing of the product "

- philosophy of the body  


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