The Anima and Animus. Is Legalized Prostitution Safer? - Room for Debate. A Cold War Fought by Women. A Man. A Woman. Just Friends? There’s a history here, and it’s a surprisingly political one. Friendship between the sexes was more or less unknown in traditional society. Men and women occupied different spheres, and women were regarded as inferior in any case. A few epistolary friendships between monastics, a few relationships in literary and court circles, but beyond that, cross-sex friendship was as unthinkable in Western society as it still is in many cultures. Then came feminism — specifically, Mary Wollstonecraft, the mother of feminism, in the late 18th century.
Swedish School De-emphasizes Gender Lines. Male and Female Brains Really Are Built Differently - Olga Khazan. Ready your knowing smirk, because here comes a scientific gem that’s sure to enliven even the dullest of holiday parties.
By analyzing the MRIs of 949 people aged 8 to 22, scientists at the University of Pennsylvania found that male brains have more connections within each hemisphere, while female brains are more interconnected between hemispheres. Yes, take that, Mike from IT! Sex redefined. Illustration by Jonny Wan As a clinical geneticist, Paul James is accustomed to discussing some of the most delicate issues with his patients.
But in early 2010, he found himself having a particularly awkward conversation about sex. A 46-year-old pregnant woman had visited his clinic at the Royal Melbourne Hospital in Australia to hear the results of an amniocentesis test to screen her baby's chromosomes for abnormalities. Study debunks notion that men and women are psychologically distinct. By Eric W.
DolanMonday, February 4, 2013 17:33 EDT. Ranked: Disney Princesses From Least To Most Feminist. BEAUTY-AT-ANY-COST.PDF (application/pdf Object) Fotoshop by Adobé. Dove releases rogue Photoshop action that undoes 'real beauty' manipulations. Skin care company Dove has targeted airbrushers and photo manipulators with a Photoshop action in an attempt to take its "real beauty" campaign viral.
The Dove Campaign for Real Beauty was launched just under a decade ago with the aim to "change the status quo and offer in its place a broader, healthier, more democratic view of beauty. " After multiple ad campaigns, Dove is this time trying to send a message to the artists that manipulate photos by releasing a Photoshop action called "Beautify" that reverts images to their original state and overlays a banner proclaiming "don't manipulate our perceptions of real beauty. " As a concept, Dove's tactic is novel, although its video revealing the scam fails to mention how many times "Beautify" was downloaded, nor how its attempts to lure artists to download it via Reddit failed to gain traction.
Dove Real Beauty Sketches. Killing Us Softly 4 - Trailer [Featuring Jean Kilbourne] Masculinity Is Killing Men: The Roots of Men and Trauma. “The three most destructive words that every man receives when he’s a boy is when he’s told to 'be a man,'” —Joe Ehrmann, coach and former NFL player.
The One Thing All Men Feel, But Never Admit. Every single boy growing up in the United States has heard these phrases at least once over the course of his life.
Miss representation Trailer. Dads on Sitcoms - Alexis C. Madrigal. On television shows, dads have been portrayed as incompetent dolts reflecting and encouraging a damaging attitude towards men and childcare.
My son. Men Feel Bad Around Smart, Successful Women. By Lisa Wade, PhD, Dec 26, 2013, at 01:51 pm We’re celebrating the end of the year with our most popular posts from 2013, plus a few of our favorites tossed in.
Enjoy! Men's Magazines and the Construction of Masculinity. The Rise and Fall of Charm in American Men - Benjamin Schwarz. If one were to recast The Rockford Files, as Universal Pictures is intending to do, would the Frat Pack actor Vince Vaughn seem the wisest choice to play Jim Rockford, the character James Garner inhabited with such sly intelligence and bruised suavity?
Universal apparently thinks so. One can say many things about the talents of Vaughn, and were Universal embarking on a bit of polyester parody—remaking, say, Tony Rome, among the least of the neo-noirs—Vaughn’s gift for sending up low pop would be just so. But to aim low in this case is to miss the deceptive grace that Garner brought to the original, and prompts a bigger question: Whatever happened to male charm—not just our appreciation of it, or our idea of it, but the thing itself? 'It's Not a Contradiction for Men to Discriminate Against Other Men' - Noah Berlatsky. A scholar of gender studies on reconciling feminism with the reality of gender bias against men Jae C.
Hong/AP I recently argued that the way the show Orange Is the New Black deals with men, and especially male prisoners, is problematic, since the vast majority of prisoners in the U.S. are men, not women, and because the show uses stereotypical gender assumptions to elicit sympathy for women prisoners in ways don't translate into an institutional critique of prison as a whole. The Demise Of Guys By Philip Zimbardo. The-death-of-adulthood-in-american-culture. Photo Sometime this spring, during the first half of the final season of “Mad Men,” the popular pastime of watching the show — recapping episodes, tripping over spoilers, trading notes on the flawless production design, quibbling about historical details and debating big themes — segued into a parlor game of reading signs of its hero’s almost universally anticipated demise.
Maybe the 5 o’clock shadow of mortality was on Don Draper (fig. 1) from the start. Maybe the plummeting graphics of the opening titles implied a literal as well as a moral fall. Maybe the notable deaths in previous seasons (fictional characters like Miss Blankenship, Lane Pryce and Bert Cooper, as well as figures like Marilyn Monroe and Medgar Evers) were premonitions of Don’s own departure.
In any case, fans and critics settled in for a vigil. TV characters are among the allegorical figures of our age, giving individual human shape to our collective anxieties and aspirations. Continue reading the main story. The Danger in Demonizing Male Sexuality. Overdoing Gender.
Aggressive advertising makes for aggressive men. Does advertising influence society, or is it merely a reflection of society's pre-existing norms? Where male attitudes are concerned, a new study implicates magazine advertisements specifically aimed at men as helping to reinforce a certain set of views on masculinity termed "hyper-masculinity. " The article by Megan Vokey, a Ph.D. candidate from the University of Manitoba, and colleagues is published in Springer's journal Sex Roles. Hyper-masculinity is an extreme form of masculine gender ideology comprising four main components: toughness, violence, dangerousness and calloused attitudes toward women and sex.
Colin Stokes: How movies teach manhood. Images of Men in Advertising. A New Masculinity. Lumbersexuality and Its Discontents. The Four Archetypes of the Mature Masculine: Introduction. Gender Gap Stops Growing. A report being released today says that the gender gap in college enrollments has largely leveled off, with the key exception of Latino enrollments, where men are falling further behind women. The report by the American Council on Education comes amid much talk nationally about the significance of trends that have left men making up only about 43 percent of college enrollments and new college graduates.
Some colleges have gone so far as to talk about affirmative action for men, which in turn has prompted an investigation by the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights. And a flurry of articles have suggested problems for the United States economy and society if male educational attainment continues to decline. The message of the report is largely encouraging, noting that "several indicators suggest that the size of the gender gap in higher education may have stabilized" and that the number of bachelor's degrees being awarded to men is again on the rise. The Myth of Male Decline. The Hidden Brain: How Ocean Currents Explain Our Unconscious Social Biases. Gender pay gap: The familiar line that “women make 77 cents to every man’s dollar” simply isn’t accurate.
What 'War on Women'? — National Review. Sexual assaults today are a third of what they were twenty years ago. Rape is a vicious crime, one that disproportionately affects poor women and incarcerated men, but Barack Obama knows his voters, and so his recent remarks on the subject were focused not on penitentiaries, broken families, or Indian reservations but on college campuses, where the despicable crime is bound up in a broader feminist Kulturkampf only tangentially related to the very real problem of sexual violence against women.
Men more likely than women to compromise values for career success. Myths-Dreams-Symbols-Shadow Feminism. Domestic Violence Against Men: Women More Likely To Be 'Intimate Terrorists' With Controlling Behavior In Relationships. Relationships can be an emotional rollercoaster. Throughout the ride, men and women can be everything from loving and nurturing, to sometimes verbally and even physically abusive during fights. While aggression in heterosexual relationships is believed to stem from men, a recent study presented on June 25 at a symposium on intimate partner violence (IPV) at the British Psychological Society's Division of Forensic Psychology annual conference in Glasgow, found women are more likely to be “intimate terrorists,” or physically aggressive to their partners than men.
Michael P. Why I loathe feminism ... and believe it will ultimately destroy the family. Feminine Sexual Repression. The Truth About Female Desire: It’s Base, Animalistic and Ravenous. V1P1-No13_Dykeman_1179608105947.pdf (application/pdf Object) A short history of "feminist" anti-feminists. Why Women Aren’t Crazy. Why I Believe Men Belong in the Feminist Movement. The Roots of Individualist Feminism in 19th-Century America by Wendy McElroy. History of feminism. The Myth of Matriarchal Prehistory. History of Marriage in Western Civilization. Think Tank: Transcript for "Has Feminism Gone Too Far?" Resolved: Women Are Better Than Men. The Weekend Interview With Camille Paglia: A Feminist Defense of Masculine Virtues. Camille Paglia: How Bill Clinton is like Bill Cosby.
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