" objectification creates an illusion, where another does not wish to make children with them but acts like they do (eg, presents themselves as a sexual object, or indicates to them that they are a sexual object) "

- philosophy of the body  


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Philosophy of the Body



" apparent self-objectification may follow from the moral belief that as long as they are looking after themselves, it doesn't matter how they express themselves, and so inane/arbitrary expression becomes verification/evidence that they are looking after themselves "

- philosophy of the body  

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