" objectification is not the demonstration of one's beauty (eg dancing and clothing), rather it may involve this without respect to their subjective significance (eg the manipulation of dancing, manipulation of clothing, exposing oneself without commitment, etc) "

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" tolerance of apparent self-objectification may result in people not belonging to the dominant objectified category (eg innocent children) being targeted for abuse "

- philosophy of the body  

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