Objectification and Dismemberment of women. Presented by Hannah Scheffler Adapted by M. Giancola. Disclaimer:. Due to the nature of this topic there may be some more explicit images and pictures shown in an effort to present the extent to which women are objectified and dismembered.
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Objectification and Dismemberment of women
Presented by Hannah Scheffler
Adapted by M. Giancola
Due to the nature of this topic there
may be some more explicit images and pictures shown in an effort to present
the extent to which women are
objectified and dismembered
of a woman’s body with other than
that the edited photos are
“just images or fantasy”
than average woman,
20 yrs. ago weighed 8% less
compared to men’s
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