" willing experience of objectification can become an addiction, as one begins to define others based upon their ability to give pleasure "

- philosophy of the body  

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" increases the attractiveness of stimulants which overrule the inherent attraction of objectification (music emulative of the opposite sex - sensual music, drugs including tea, coffee and tobacco), depressants which negate the effect of objectification allowing for realistic thought processes to persevere (drugs including alcohol, music emulative of the same sex), and things which draw our attention to them in general (addictive drugs in which addiction may be satisfied for relaxation purposes, loud/repetitive music) "

- philosophy of the body  


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