" may involve the creation of a scene involving by-product sexual activity (for example bisexuality) where natural or social constructs in support of primary natural relations have failed - with social constructs being reliant upon subjective significance objectification is thereby supported "

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Philosophy of the Body



" apparent self-objectification may be used such that the communication of one's subjective significance, and the peace of mind given thereof, may be given only to those whom they choose, therefore making them become more valuable as a person and enabling them to gain control over those around them (empowerment) "

- philosophy of the body  

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