" giving oneself as an object is not the same as giving oneself as a subject "

- philosophy of the body  refresh


Order Against the Objectification of Women

Consistency


Introduction to Modesty

Preventing the corruption and manipulation of the most important artwork on planet earth (ourselves)

What is Modesty?

Visual modesty is site specific limitation in form (and texture).

Visual Modesty Examples (opaque/unmodified)

Set display to Filled(Large)
Set display to Outline(Large)

Example AModesty AExample BModesty B
maleFemaleClothesNone
No (indecent)
       
maleFemaleClothesRobe
Yes
maleFemaleClothesPants
Yes
maleFemaleClothesRobeMedium
No
maleFemaleClothesPantsMedium
No
maleFemaleClothesRobeShort
No (indecent)
maleFemaleClothesPantsShort
No (indecent)
       
maleFemaleClothesPantsLooseFitWithOverlay
Yes
maleFemaleClothesPantsLooseFit
?
maleFemaleClothesPantsFormFitWithOverlay
Yes
maleFemaleClothesPantsFormFit
No
maleFemaleClothesPantsTightFitWithOverlay
No
maleFemaleClothesPantsTightFit
No (indecent)
maleFemaleClothesRobeMediumWithTightFitPants
Yes

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" by being involved in the objectification of others (or by objectifying others including the objectified) it makes us feel (subconsciously) like we are not being ripped off (eg 'that one...') or that the damage/disrespect caused has been mutual "

- philosophy of the body  refresh

                              - two wrongs do not make a right -



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