" in any given successful sexual encounter the female is burdened by a child (or the destruction of an unborn child), and the male is directed no social responsibility outside of a marital contract - it can therefore be argued that until the burden of the scenario is distributed at least equally onto the male (or entirely onto the male depending upon views on responsibility), society should not be willing to tolerate the promotion of the desire for pre-marital sexual relations "

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" tolerance of objectification makes people dependent upon experience of the subjective significance of those of the same sex as the objectified, thereby increasing the worth of those of that sex, thereby providing gender specific empowerment "

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