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Objectify Quotes By Patricia Arquette: You want your partner to objectify you. You want your partner to objectify you. — Patricia Arquette
Objectify Quotes By Ted Nugent: I don't objectify women. I'd like to think I don't objectify women. I'd like to think that I'm optimizing their hardware. — Ted Nugent
Objectify Quotes By Ian Astbury: I don't objectify myself. I hate looking at I don't objectify myself. I hate looking at pictures of myself, they're usually awful. — Ian Astbury
Objectify Quotes By Judy Grahn: Those who believe they are ugly / objectify Those who believe they are ugly / objectify the rest of us. — Judy Grahn
Objectify Quotes By Malaika Arora Khan: I would say that, of course, it is I would say that, of course, it is wrong to objectify women. But at the same time, entertainment should not be inter-mingled with commodification. — Malaika Arora Khan
Objectify Quotes By Roger Ebert: Movies that encourage empathy are more effective than Movies that encourage empathy are more effective than those that objectify problems. — Roger Ebert
Objectify Quotes By Terry Crews: I have four daughters. A lot of the I have four daughters. A lot of the time, I don't allow myself to be in projects that objectify women. — Terry Crews
Objectify Quotes By Susan Sontag: Photographs objectify: they turn an event or a Photographs objectify: they turn an event or a person into something that can be possessed. — Susan Sontag
Objectify Quotes By Leslie Mann: Men. We love them. We respect them. But Men. We love them. We respect them. But we rarely get to objectify them. — Leslie Mann
Objectify Quotes By John Green: Boys are much more likely to objectify girls Boys are much more likely to objectify girls bodies, while boys are seen by girls as whole people. — John Green
Objectify Quotes By Charles Eisenstein: To name is to dominate, to categorize, to To name is to dominate, to categorize, to subjugate and, quite literally, to objectifyCharles Eisenstein