" the most effective method for one to create or feed of an addiction to the objectification of oneself/themselves is sex dependent to an extent; in a male it is most affected by the provision of external sensory stimulus encouraging the interpretation of oneself as an object, and in a female it is most affected by touch and sexual caress (demonstrating dominance of the male and their interpretation of the female as an object) "

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" objectification is not the demonstration of one's beauty (eg dancing and clothing), rather it may involve this without respect to their subjective significance (eg the manipulation of dancing, manipulation of clothing, exposing oneself without commitment, etc) "

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