" unnatural enhancements to the body (adjustments in size, shape, hair, etc) are not necessarily attractive for physical reasons (eg illusion of fertility), but are always attractive for psychological reasons - they communicate a process of presenting as an object (objectification) and the desire to be involved in this process "

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Philosophy of the Body



" one is not concerned about others encouraging us to accept objectification (and the tolerance of objectification in general) when one is responsible for making another person accept objectification "

- philosophy of the body  

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