" objectification is not the development of one's body, it is the indiscreet presentation of one's body "

- philosophy of the body  


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Philosophy of the Body



" apparent self-objectification may be employed by some with the intention of preventing their time limited physical attraction as a partner from going to waste - this is particularly the case for the sex with the greatest age limitations on their fertility/physical attractiveness as a partner "

- philosophy of the body  

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