"objectification presents a psychological challenge to view someone as an object without subjective significance, or modify circumstances to correct this impression"

- philosophy of the body

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"when another sex tolerates the objectification of our sex, we feel the need to blame the entire sex (under the presumption they are responsible for solving the problem)"

- philosophy of the body


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