" as apparent self-objectification may not only encourage people to interpret them as an object, but can make people less attracted to them as a subject and therefore relatively more attracted to them as an object - it may result in a double objectification effect (creating a unique influence on the subconscious and therefore the conscious mind's ability to reconcile the illusion) "

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" an experience of objectification can lead to the formation of unnatural desire in the subconscious to meet the psychological challenge presented "

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