" in any given successful sexual encounter the female is burdened by a child (or the destruction of an unborn child), and the male is directed no social responsibility outside of a marital contract - it can therefore be argued that until the burden of the scenario is distributed at least equally onto the male (or entirely onto the male depending upon views on responsibility), society should not be willing to tolerate the promotion of the desire for pre-marital sexual relations "

- philosophy of the body  

                              - two wrongs don't make a right -

Order Against Objectification

Order Against the Objectification of Women

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Welcome to The Order Against the Objectification of Women.


The Order Against the Objectification of Women is a new lay order in support of the Magisterium and the Sacredness of the Human Body.

It has been far too long where society has tolerated the defilement of female members through their objectification (in the media and otherwise). There is a limited time span to fix this issue before the social construct fails, and we intend to present an explicit religious front - where in the past such a front has been avoided because of the advanced level of evil that presents itself.

We operate internally on a zero tolerance policy - but only target Primary Objectification outside of our order as this forms the basis of the heresy.

Secular Objectification Theory provides philosophical confirmation of our concerns regarding the infringement of the dignity of women through tolerance of their objectification.

If you are interested in joining our order, please contact us - however be advised that we are only interested the serious mind. This is the last place on earth for one who hides behind the vale of relativism out of fear.

"We've had enough of exhortations to be silent! Cry out with a hundred thousand toungues. I see that the world is rotten because of silence."
St Catherine of Siena




This website is an initiative of the RBB Foundation.
Copyright © 2010, Richard Baxter. All Rights Reserved.

" physical violence may result from the objectification of someone who turns out not to be an object "

- philosophy of the body