" everyone desires and appreciates acknowledgement of their subjective significance - the denial of their base nature - regardless of the requirements imposed to this end by their social construct "

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" males do not want to look weak in front of another of their same sex, and females do not want to look unattractive in front of another of their same sex - therefore social laws are designed to prevent escalation of public competition in a sex (traditionally outlawing all forms of obscenity, regardless of sex; street fights and apparent self-objectification) "

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