" as apparent self-objectification may not only encourage people to interpret them as an object, but can make people less attracted to them as a subject and therefore relatively more attracted to them as an object - it may result in a double objectification effect (creating a unique influence on the subconscious and therefore the conscious mind's ability to reconcile the illusion) "

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" objectification is not the making of oneself or another beautiful (eg make-up), it is the disregarding of a person's subjective self and the focusing of one's attention on their objective or observed self in isolation for any period of time under an indication that the subject wants this or has allowed this to happen "

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