A majority of feminists as I understand them argue that the per se enjoyment of

A majority of feminists as I understand them argue that the per se enjoyment of

A majority of feminists as I understand them argue that the per se enjoyment of the physical body and particularly the female form is a form of "objectification". I completely disagree because in my opinion the female form has aesthetic qualities that are not "object" like at all and are actually quite human and therefor the appreciation of the female form is not objectification. Are there feminists who agree with that stance?

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