" it creates an illusion of objective (physical) reality, where important aspects of the natural experience are either hidden or misrepresented, and where in actual fact the body is not engaged in what it thinks it is (or has been trained to believe over the course of millions of years) "

- philosophy of the body  

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Philosophy of the Body

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" males are naturally more attracted to objectification in general (including both visual and implied) as they have the capacity to mate with, and are naturally inclined to mate with, as many attractive females as possible, where as females are less influenced by objectification in general as their choice of partner naturally limits their sexual productivity (reproductive capacity) with other partners "

- philosophy of the body  


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