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Misconceptions about a Woman's Sexuality. In 1960, the birth control pill put women in charge of their bodies and their sexuality.
In the following years, The Feminist Movement demanded women get equal opportunity, pay, responsibility and choice. The degree to which society has shifted since then is considerable. However, we somehow still find ourselves living in a world where our culture persists in sending women mixed messages about their sexuality. We want women to be objects of sexual desire, yet we expect them to be pure. We ask them to own their sexuality but deny them easy access to birth control. Time. Young men get more emotional satisfaction out of “bromances”—close, heterosexual friendships with other males—than they do out of romantic relationships with women, according to a small new study published in Men and Masculinities.
Intimate male friendships have become more socially acceptable in recent years, say the study authors, and that’s largely a good thing. But they caution that the shift could lead to weaker bonds among dating or married couples, or even reduce the likelihood of men and women pairing up at all. The concept of the bromance isn’t new. George Washington wrote endearing letters to other men, the study authors note, and Abraham Lincoln shared a bed with a male friend for several years. But close male companionship became more taboo in the second half of the 20th century, say researchers from the University of Winchester in England, due to a rise in homophobic sentiments and changing ideals of what masculinity should look like.
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Lessons from the Longest Study on Happiness,” in 2015, and it has been viewed 13,000,000 times. The researchers also found that marital satisfaction has a protective effect on people’s mental health. Part of a study found that people who had happy marriages in their 80s reported that their moods didn’t suffer even on the days when they had more physical pain. Those who had unhappy marriages felt both more emotional and physical pain. Those who kept warm relationships got to live longer and happier, said Waldinger, and the loners often died earlier. According to the study, those who lived longer and enjoyed sound health avoided smoking and alcohol in excess.
In part of a recent study, researchers found that women who felt securely attached to their partners were less depressed and more happy in their relationships two-and-a-half years later, and also had better memory functions than those with frequent marital conflicts. Boys' Relational Development. Until recently, little attention has been paid to the centrality of relationships in boys’ development.
Although the importance of relationships has been widely acknowledged in most developmental and psychological theories, a relational framework starts from the premise that our lives are inextricably embedded in our interpersonal relationships as well as our social and cultural contexts. From this perspective, boys’ development occurs not in isolation with the option of having relationships but primarily through and within their relationships with other people. Traditionally, theories of human development and psychology have emphasized individuation and separation as markers of growth, maturity, and, for boys, manhood. Accordingly, boys and girls have learned to show that they are not babies (and boys have learned to show that they are not girls) by demonstrating their ability to stand alone, so to speak.
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This worldview is not scientific, and it is not rigorous. For many, this problem has been growing increasingly obvious, but strong evidence has been lacking. We undertook this project to study, understand, and expose the reality of grievance studies, which is corrupting academic research. Part II: Methods. [Serious] Redditors who felt like they would never ever find a romantic partner and then did: what advice would you give to those who feel the same way now? : AskReddit. Neil Gaiman and Chris Riddell on why we need libraries – an essay in pictures. In parts of Africa, people with albinism are hunted for their body parts. The latest victim: a 9-year-old boy.
You can make more than lattes with that humanities degree. Matthew Dischinger has taught humanities courses at the University of Alabama, Louisiana State University, and Georgia Institute of Technology.
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If you didn't read Polish — and if Mark Hamill's, Harrison Ford's, Carrie Fisher's and Billy Dee Williams' names were printed — you'd have no idea this is an Empire Strikes Back poster. Rather, at first glance, it comes off as some kind of Orwellian, Nineteen Eighty-Four-esque Big Brother propaganda poster — with subtle hints of fascism — while still remaining superbly cemented in space-age science fiction. So… what gives? 20+ One-Picture Horror Stories That We Do Not Recommend Reading Alone. When you were a kid you were afraid of the dark because of monsters lurking in the shadows, well Irish illustrator Brian Coldrick has cast these creatures as the stars of his ongoing webcomic and book "Behind You: One-Shot Horror Stories.
" Each image is a beautiful and haunting one-panel illustration that shows a monster hiding just in arms reach, along with darkly humorous one-sentence captions. The London-based artist states that although none of his short tales are direct adaptations of existing stories, they do touch on "well worn horror tropes. " Show Full Text.
Why identity politics benefits the right more than the left. Over a year into Donald Trump’s presidency, commentators are still trying to understand the election and the explosion of intolerance following it.
One common view is that Trump’s victory was a consequence of pervasive racism in American society. Studies make clear, however, that racism has been decreasing over time, among Republicans and Democrats. (Views of immigration have also grown more favorable.) Moreover, since racism is deep-seated and longstanding, reference to it alone makes it difficult to understand the election of Barack Obama and Trump, the differences between Trump and the two previous Republican nominees on race and immigration, and the dramatic breakdown of social norms and civility following the elections.
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