" the attraction towards involvement in apparent self-objectification inflicts the most those who demonstrate to themselves the greatest subjective significance (those who do the most exercise), since they themselves are less likely to consider themselves an object "

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Philosophy of the Body



" makes one loose confidence in their desires, or any appropriate expression of their desires, allowing the formation of social constructs independent of desire (sexual equality) "

- philosophy of the body  

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