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Sociologie de la beauté

Sociologie de la beauté
* Beauté : dont le physique a un large succès dans la société. Beauté et vénalité Le pseudo-féminisme parachève la prostitution de la femme. Alors qu’autrefois (patriarcat traditionnel) elle était vendue contre son gré lors de son mariage, aujourd’hui (patriarcat libéral) elle supervise elle-même sa propre vente (spéculation conjugale & »croqueuses de diamants »). Elle ne se prostitue plus pour survivre ou nourrir sa famille, mais désormais pour vivre la vie de luxe et de fastes vantés par la presse (prostitution consentante des adolescentes pour s’acheter des produits de luxe). Cendrillon, ou la belle épouse-prostituée qui passe de la misère à la richesse en vendant son corps : « Trop belle, trop chère » – Alain Soral La femme jeune et jolie fait partie d’une caste de privilégiées. Télé-réalité : l’affluence hystérique de prétendantes vers un faux millionnaire La beauté détermine le statut social de la femme La beauté est donc un appât majeur pour attirer les hommes. Le charme des hommes Related:  Other Side of the SkyAnti-féminismeArguments (~naïfs ou belliqueux) contre les femmes/contre le fém

Lettre à ma fille Ma fille, Le jour où tu trouveras que j'ai vieilli, aie de la patience envers moiet essaie surtout de comprendre ce que je traverse, de me comprendre. Si lorsque nous parlons, je répète la même chose des dizaines de fois, ne m’interromps pas pour me dire: "Tu as dit la même chose il y a une minute". Si je ne souhaite pas prendre un bain, ne te mets pas en colère et ne me mets pas mal à l'aise en disant que c’est une honte. En voyant mon ignorance vis-à-vis des nouvelles technologies, ne te moque pas de moi, mais laisse-moi plutôt le temps d’assimiler tout ça et de comprendre. Je t’ai appris tant de choses: comment te tenir à table, t’habiller, te coiffer, comment appréhender les défis de la vie... Le jour où tu trouveras que j'ai vieilli, aie de la patience envers moi et essaie surtout de comprendre ce que je traverse, de me comprendre. Quand ces jours approcheront, ne sois pas triste. Je te chéris et te remercie pour les moments passés ensemble et la joie éprouvée.

Men’s rights activist Paul Elam: “If we want society to advance, we need to leave men alone to do their work” It’s almost quittin’ time on a Friday, everyone. Let’s go out on a high note. Paul Elam, the founder of men’s rights group and human garbage army A Voice for Men, wants women to just leave men alone already because women are always getting in the way and then society can’t be excellent! (Men are excellent at excellence, but women are never doing excellent things, obviously.) “There’s just a different way that men do things with each other, and it results in excellence,” Elam said on something called the ManStream Media. “In civilization. “I’m sorry, ladies,” he continued, “but if we want society to advance, we need to leave men alone to do their work — to do their thing and be with each other to get things done. Elam was in conversation with a guy named Tom Golden, who also believes women should STFU and let men be men and make world excellence in this world of fading excellence. Golden attributed this crisis in excellence to men’s lack of space in the world. h/t RawStory

Paul Elam Being born in the mid 50’s, I grew up in a much different world than we live in today. My father was career military, serving faithfully through two wars and bearing the scars to prove it. My mother served as well, being an army wife and raising three boys. She earned a masters degree with honors after, and only after, that job was done. My youth, of course, was rocked by the late 60’s and early 70’s, as was the rest of the country. It also dawned on me that what they stood for was work, sacrifice and above all else, their children. I did my own stint in the service and found myself unsuited for the grueling conformity and dedication to tedium it requires in peacetime, though I can’t imagine I would have preferred walking in my fathers footsteps to the battlefield. Unsuitable for the military and uninterested in manual labor I eventually escaped to college. The problem with college is that it almost always leads to a job, unless you stay there and teach. Like marriage and family.

Misogyny | The F Word Carly Rhianna Smith is a journalism student at Langara College currently completing her practicum at The Tyee in Vancouver. I became aware of the men’s rights movement in September of 2012, when a friend showed me an upcoming debate called “Has Feminism Gone Too Far?” Vancouver slam poet Ruth Mason-Paull organized the debate. Feminist speakers as well as men’s rights activist (MRA) speakers were scheduled, and a public event on Facebook was created. Interestingly, the debate was to be held on Commercial Drive at Café Deux Soleil, a neighbourhood eatery haunted by many feminists, as well as others of the political left. The Facebook event exploded with venomous discourse between the two camps, and the event was cancelled. Around the same time, in the same neighbourhood, posters from the Men’s Rights Movement (MRM) Vancouver group began appearing, and were soon torn down. Journalist Derek Bedry, who soon came under fire from MRAs, reported on this in a story on Open File. “Who?

MRA and Paul Elam: Lures people away from anti-domestic violence site with a copycat. Photo by DANIEL MIHAILESCU/AFP/Getty Images Until recently, an online community of anti-feminist men (and a couple of women) who consider themselves "men's rights activists" were content to perform most of their "activism" by complaining about women online and overwhelming the comment sections of any feminist website, rendering them virtually unusable for people who actually want to discuss feminism. But under the direction of Paul Elam for the site A Voice For Men, they've upped their game a bit in the past few months, holding a small conference to complain about how men are victimized by feminism and, of course, egging on Gamergate. Amanda Marcotte is a Brooklyn-based writer and DoubleX contributor. But now Elam and his crew at A Voice For Men have done something that's outright shocking in its ugliness. Elam, however, purchased the URL whiteribbon.org and created a website with a similar aesthetic and the tagline "End Violence Against Everyone."

(51) A Voice for Men Sexonomics XEnvoyer cet article par e-mail Sexonomics XEnvoyer cet article par e-mailSexonomics Bonnes feuilles Dans un essai à paraître, une analyse des rapports homme/femme sous un angle purement capitaliste ouvre des perpectives nouvelles intellectuellement intéressantes mais incapable de résoudre la prochaine crise de votre couple. Depuis la nuit des temps, les hommes et les femmes divergent dans leur quête. Analysant l'accouplement des mantes religieuses aussi bien que les comportements dans la salle du conseil d'une grande entreprise, cet éminent professeur de sciences économiques nous entraîne dans un fantastique voyage à rebours des idées en vogue. Chaude soirée de printemps, à quelques kilomètres à l'ouest de Chicago. Ce bref épisode de feuilleton à l'eau de rose est trompeur, lui aussi. Les hommes et les femmes le font aussi. À première vue, cet argument peut paraître contradictoire. Cette logique mérite analyse. Penchons-nous tout d'abord sur le problème de la transparence.

A Voice for Men A Voice for Men (often known as AVfM) is an online activist organization and publication that was founded in 2009 by Paul Elam. A part of the men's rights movement, it calls its activism "Men's Human Rights Activism" and runs under the current tagline of "Humanist Countertheory in the Age of Misandry." Its editorial slant is strongly critical of feminism, charging feminists of being misandrist in their mindset. To counter what it sees as a system stacked against men, A Voice for Men has created what it claims to be a safe place for men to express their anger against that system, moderating only against threats of violence, [1] while critics of the site believe that the site is merely a reactionary venue against feminism and may even espouse the bigotry it claims to eschew.[2] In addition to radio shows and front page articles, it also features forums. References[edit] External links[edit] AVFM Radio

No, women aren't as likely to commit violence as men Not only is there no data that supports such a claim - a common cry in online comments sections - but the data that we do have proves the exact opposite. Pick any article on the internet about the violence men commit against women and you can pretty much guarantee that at least one of the first five comments under it will be from a man furious that feminists are ignoring the unreported epidemic of women’s violence against men. Most of the time it’s quite obvious they’ve not even read the article in question; it’s almost like a reflex action. A reflexive jerk, if you will. It’s time to stop; this is a rubbish claim. Let’s start with the most recent and immediate data on violent crimes: the crime statistics released by Victoria Police for 2013/14. The overall victims of violent crimes are split fairly evenly – 52% men, 48% women. Advertisement But that’s just the victims; what about the offenders? Well, this is where it gets interesting. Even the terms we use are problematic. John raped Mary.

Queen, Mother, Wise Woman and Lover: Rediscovering the Archetypes of the Mature Feminine | stOttilien This article complements the concepts explored in my article “Archetypes of the Mature Masculine” and applies them to the other half of humanity—women. In doing so I apply the same principles, not in a mechanistic way, but in the spirit of Jung’s archetypes and their rationale. Let’s start with a few words of C. G. Jung himself, when he talks about the Anima. Male Shadow Triangle Source: King, Warrior, Magician, Lover: Rediscovering the Archetypes of the Mature Masculine by Robert Moore and Douglas Gillette Thomas Moore and Douglas Gillette adopted and extended Jung’s approach in their exploration of the masculine psyche by using the collective archetypes of the King, the Warrior, the Magician, and the Lover. Jean Shinoda Bolen, a Jungian psychiatrist, published in 1984 “Goddesses in Every Women: A New Psychology of Women”. Toni Wolff, colleague and presumable lover of Carl Jung, identified four feminine archetypes: Mother, the Amazon, the Hetaira, and the Medial. Archetypes C.G. cybele

Regard critique sur "Movember", un mouvement masculiniste Le mot anglophone Movember (contraction des mots moustache et november) désigne un événement qui a lieu chaque année au mois de novembre dans plusieurs pays du monde. Ce mouvement concerne les hommes et consiste à se laisser pousser la moustache pendant un mois afin d'attirer l'attention sur certains thèmes masculins. Apparemment lancé par un groupe d'australiens en 1999, ce concept est récupéré depuis 2004 par la Fondation Movember. Son but est d'attirer l'attention et lever des fonds pour la lutte contre les maladies typiquement masculines (cancer de la prostate, etc.). Explications sur movember sur ce site : Depuis toujours, la recherche scientifique est centrée sur l'homme Ce mouvement prétend que les femmes auraient de l'avance sur les hommes en ce qui concerne la santé (voir l'article ci-dessous). En revanche, pour le cancer du sein, comme par hasard, aucuns marqueurs tumoraux spécifiques n'ont été trouvés dans le sang. Références :

L'égalitarisme, c'est pas ce que vous croyez Le livre au corps - La Femme-Livre. Fragmentation du corps féminin dans les blasons anatomiques de la Renaissance - Presses universitaires de Paris Nanterre 1 Montaigne Michel Eyquiem de, « Au Lecteur », in Essais de Michel seigneur de Montaigne. I, à Paris (...) 1La Renaissance témoigne d’un grand intérêt pour l’inscription du corporel dans les textes. Dans la tradition philosophique du Symposion ou du Banquet, elle allie les mots et les mets et spécule sur les rapports entre écriture et métabolisme, logos et innutritio. Que l’on songe à Rabelais qui, dans une acception tout à fait profane, adopte l’imagerie du livre mangé héritée de la théologie médiévale ; ou à Montaigne, si critique envers les pédants qui se gorgent d’ouvrages sans les digérer. 2 Rabelais François, « Prologue », in Gargantua, [Paris], 1534. 3 Rappelons en effet que depuis les célèbres théories de Vitruve (De architectura), très largement d (...) 2Dans cette logique, tantôt le livre est une « substantificque moelle2 » ou un breuvage curatif qui passe par le corps et dont on se délecte, tantôt il devient lui-même un corps, voire un temple sacré. Fig. 2. Fig. 3. Fig. 4.

Why “Feminism” Today Disgusts Me Before all the hate comes gushing in, I would like to declare myself a feminist. What? Doesn’t the title of this article already state that I abhor feminism? Am I not one of the “slut-shaming” perverts ruled by my uncontrollable sexual urges that stem from me being male? I am a feminist. I believe that no woman should have to worry about getting raped on the lone walk home at any hour of the night. I believe in equal rights for women, but I do not believe in complete equality between man and woman. I believe many women in the world still live in oppression and I believe that it is something that needs to be solved. To all the haters who will not share my opinion and will most certainly curse me and my descendants that follow (unless they are women), I say to each their own.

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