" some instances of satiric self-objectification may form as a reaction to being unloved. For example, belonging to a category of human beings which has been unloved (objectified) via the acceptance (tolerance) of false logic where viewers of media are lead to believe they can and should have the objects being presented (rather than show respect) "

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" tolerance of objectification makes people dependent upon experience of the subjective significance of those of the same sex as the objectified, thereby increasing the worth of those of that sex, thereby increasing the need for their integration into systems regardless of their physical requirements (police, military, etc) "

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