" an experience of objectification can lead to a desire not to seek or be open to a relationship because one associates their own desire with the impurity of objectification (the intent behind the objectification, or its manipulative nature) "

- philosophy of the body  


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Philosophy of the Body



" apparent self-objectification may form as the antithesis of the tolerance of objectification in the media; where in the case of the objectification in the media one is led to believe they can have an object, and in apparent self-objectification one is led to believe they cannot have an object "

- philosophy of the body  

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