People who hate female beauty always chide beauty-lovers for 'objectifying women', when really it is they who treat beautiful women like objects with no right to choose their own careers. But did you know there is also a purely conceptual way to prove the insincerity of such beauty-haters? The secret is to objectify beauty, not women. DBell defines beauty as the representation of values, which means beauty is not just a physical quality of a woman, but is a physical quality that represents something else, some value or set of values. For example, if a woman is tall, curvy, and happy, we see beauty in her because these qualities represent confidence, sex, and success - desirable values. The human brain is hard-wired to see beauty in anything that represents values. Those who are against objectification of women should embrace a definition that separates a woman from her beauty instead of one that villifies her for it. But they don't. On the other hand, we were struck by the objective beauty of Ira in this set by Anton Volkov, and while much of the content on his site, avErotica.com is more sexual than we like, it doesn't stop us from enjoying the remarkable beauty of models like Ira. We hope you enjoy it too.