24_cup
24_cup_person
1_block
1_block_person
1_globe
1_globe_person
1_plant
1_plant_person
1_projector
1_projector_person
1_bingo
1_bingo_person
1_sage
1_sage_person
1_milk
1_milk_person
1_apple
1_apple_person
1_ball
1_ball_person
1_paperclip_person
1_paperclip
1_wig
1_wig_person
10_sponge
10_sponge_person
22_book
22_book_person
1_sissors
1_sissors_person
25_dustpan
25_dustpan_person
20_feeder
20_feeder_person
13_can
13_can_person
19_snake
19_snake_person
7_maniquin
7_maniquin_person
1_sign
1_sign_person
14_bottle
14_bottle_person
4_glasses
4_glasses_person
1_umbrella
1_umbrella_person
26_skull
26_skull_person
6_toolbox
6_toolbox_person
11_tupperwear
11_tupperwear_person
21_propane
21_propane_person
1_eggs
1_egg_person
8_shoe
8_shoe_person
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objecthood

In the interest of understanding the ease at which the female figure is objectified, I continually attempt (and fail) to be objects. Contrary to my results, I question why it is so difficult to treat the female figure in any other way.