" increases the attractiveness of stimulants which overrule the inherent attraction of objectification (music emulative of the opposite sex - sensual music, drugs including tea, coffee and tobacco), depressants which negate the effect of objectification allowing for realistic thought processes to persevere (drugs including alcohol, music emulative of the same sex), and things which draw our attention to them in general (addictive drugs in which addiction may be satisfied for relaxation purposes, loud/repetitive music) "

- philosophy of the body  

                              - immaturity has a cost -

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Adblock Plus for Firefox

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Although this product removes advertisements, it also appears to remove the majority of objectification on the internet - which says something about the driving force behind objectification.

Even so, it is still important to be careful when avoiding objectification on the internet - in particular, news based photography or YouTube related videos.

To avoid potential objectification friendly content;

Customise Google Search Settings;

Gmail is recommended as an email client (a thorough spam filter should be utilised at all times)

Demonstrate your distaste for objectification

If necessary or beneficial, look the other way.

Demonstrate your appreciation of subjectification

Compliment that which is good.

Use your freedom of speech and be yourself

Silence is all that is required for evil to prevail.

(Recognise and learn the subtlety of standing up against objectification without objectifying anyone in the process)


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" when one knows an objectified person, they know that they are not an object, and that their apparent self-objectification is imaginary "

- philosophy of the body