" creates competitive environments where only the most mentally (social / subjective aware) and physically fit survive, which may appear to benefit the object/subject selection process "

- philosophy of the body  

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" may involve the creation of a scene involving by-product sexual activity (for example bisexuality) where natural or social constructs in support of primary natural relations have failed - with social constructs being reliant upon subjective significance objectification is thereby supported "

- philosophy of the body  


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