" to get another to accept their objectification, or our own objectification can be used as a form of empowerement (ie, they need you) "

- philosophy of the body  

                              - immaturity has a cost -

Subjectify

                                                                   
Representing Humanity

Subjectify - leading the abolition of
physical and psychological abuse


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Organisation Profile

Subjectify is an Australian based harm preventative charitable organisation, whose primary aim is to prevent the misrepresentation of human beings thereby protecting the dignity of members of society and preventing their abuse as product of their misconception.

The purpose of the organisation is to:

In summary;

The principal activity of Subjectify is the promotion of the prevention or the control of human behaviour that is harmful or abusive to human beings. Behaviour that is harmful or abusive means one or more of the following:[4]

If you are interested in joining this organisation, please review the Philosophy of the Body (Richard Baxter), and perform some analysis or critique of our objectification theory. Alternatively, we encourage you to make contributions, modifications, or corrections on the Objectification Wiki (or discuss these on the talk page).

1. Self-objectification, risk taking, and self-harm in college women, Jennifer J. Muehlenkamp, Jenny D. Swanson, and Amy M. Brausch, Northern Illinois University, Psychology of Women Quarterly, 29 (2005), 24-32. Blackwell Publishing
2. Background Paper to Time for Action: The National Council's Plan for Australia to Reduce Violence against Women and their Children, 2009-2021 - 'What role do controlling attitudes and behaviours play in violence against women?'
3. VicHealth, Two steps forward one step back: Community Attitudes towards women, VicHealth October 2006, pages 11, 17, 29
4. ITAA 1997. Schedule 12, item 6, definition of 'behaviour that is harmful or abusive' in subsection 995-1(1)
5. The Objectification Wiki - established by The RBB Foundation - December 2009. Note it contains the contents of the Philosophy of the Body (as published during its development) and may be used for the public review of this manuscript.


Referenced Websites

Website Name Class Purpose
Subjectify Secular Charity
Philosophy of the Body Secular Philosophy (Objectification Theory)
War on Objectification Secular Activism
The Objectified Secular Informational
The Aborted Secular Informational
Order Against the Objectification of Women Religious Consistency
RBB Foundation Secular Philanthropic
The Objectification Wiki Secular Philosophy (Objectification Theory)
Subjectification Secular Activism

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" apparent self-objectification may be used as an expression of one's respect for, understanding of, or desire for change in other people in society, in appreciation or distaste of one's own treatment, and people are free to express themselves in any way they want - whether it by intentionally dressing, talking, shouting, looking, staring, ignoring, shunning, filtering, walking, running, dancing, or driving "

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