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actual adopted aesthetic allow already appear aspects associated attitude attractive beauty become body carried castration certain chapter clothes concerned connected consideration considered corresponding costume course covering decoration desire direction display distinction dress effect elements especially essential example existence extent fact factors fashion feeling function further garments give greater hand human ideal important increase indicated individual influence instance interest kind largely least legs less male manifestations matter means men's ment modesty moral motive movement nature object origin ornamental particular perhaps period persons play pleasure possible present primitive principle probably produced protection psychological question reason recent reference regard relation relatively respect sartorial satisfaction seems seen sense sexual shown side simple skin skirt social symbolism tendency tends tion true uniforms usually various wear wearer whole woman women