The scene further showcases that male desire is much more complicated than it would first seem and a less universal phenomenon, as far as ideals are concerned, than men are aware of or even care to admit. Men do not want their masculinity to be threatened and are willing to hide and even change their preferences in women just to protect their masculinity in society. It is a commentary on men and the male attitude towards women, revealing that men view women as sex objects. Moreover they will only consider a women attractive if she is marketable and accepted as a sex object because then she will be labeled by society as “attractive”. They want to agree on the consensus that would showcase a perfect woman without any flaws, however they are suppressing the fact that these differences and distinctions is what make women distinct individuals and these differences and distinctions are what the men are attracted to; however the men who were dominating the conversation while talking about the “flaw less women” are never going to agree with that.
Many societies have rested, historically, on assumptions of male superiority. Many societies, historically and now, can be seen as patriarchal – a system of organisation in which men are the dominant gender (2005:312).” Given that it is worth noting that usually there are diverse range of means to maintain gender inequality, it can be direct violence (rape, abuse), institutional discrimination (job segregation) as well as psychological ways (common stereotypes and sexist humour). To illustrate, in modern societies there is still presence of traditional thinking when a woman may be criticised for not being as feminine as a society expects, which leads to confusion and the adjustment of social behaviour or
In his article Kimmel outlines why simultaneously being a man and a feminist produces resistance from other men and from feminist women as well. His explanations are spoken about as “fears of feminism” divided by gender. Kimmel sets up his argument by reminiscing about the two types of people that are offended by his work as a male feminist. One is the feminist who is determined to prove his intentions are patriarchal (60). Kimmel states he can guess that women may have the fear that all men are oppressors created by a patriarchal system, who all benefit from the system, and, therefore, are all the same (61).
I am explaining this through showing that men were not expected to love their wives. The feminist lens provide modern society with the most compelling view of literature because men don’t trust women, men think women are cheaters and whores, and women don 't have a voice. First and foremost, men don’t trust women. Illustrates how the feminist perspective is the best lens to new modern literature in his play “Othello”, when shakespeare articulates through brabantio in Act 1, as he speaks to duke that “She has been fooled, stolen from me, and corrupted by spells and medicines bought from cheating salesmen. She is not mentally impaired, blind or
It can impact social factors, group cohesion and self-leadership skills. In Penny Wong’s case, society 's gender expectations may discourage her from a political career because she is female. This is due to the profession being strongly dominated by males. Members in society may also discriminate Penny, for being female and for her sexuality as a Lesbian. The older generation of the public, especially older men, may despise her because they are chauvinistic and do not think women should have power.
Aleyn reduces her value, making her an undesirable woman for marriage since chastity is desired more than an experienced woman. Afterwards, Symkyn is punished by the wife and two scholars because he fails to control his women and is inevitably isolated with manhood. Unluckily, Symkyn cannot withhold social statuses or break down social barriers since he cannot maintain authority. John and Aleyn are worshipped in the tale, because they were able to hold their power, despite their lesser
Esolen explains that men and women are designed for each other, and he calls that the plain truth of nature. A man is a gift to a woman while a woman is a gift to a man and the gift cannot be separated from the difference in sexual being (36). However, the sexual revolution has degraded the perceptions men and women have for each other. They view one another as predators or objects of pressure, and they do not complement the dignity as well as the glory of the people of the opposite sex. Esolen argues that sexual revolution denounces the idea of gender as being intrinsic to the human nature whereby young people are encouraged to come up or craft whatever gender they feel comfortable to be.
“Dope” shows this by saying, “different from all the other guys, with my style.” This is saying that guys who have ‘style’ are superior to those who don’t. In the song “Face,” a feminine man is unattractive. He is bullied for being himself. In the same way, they both are teasing others for not being cool and attractive. The ways they show this gender bias differently are these.
Men will use words to discredit a women’s intelligence and make her sound that her own thought was not her own but came from someone else. Men will use something along the lines of “oh you are just saying that because, your (strong male figure) told you to think like that.” This silences anything else that woman may have had to say about the topic because now, she has to prove that that thought was not only her own but, she actually used her brain to form it. Stanley uses the example from Catherine MacKinnon article about how pornography silences women. Women who want to say and actually mean no are seen as saying yes to men. It has brainwashed men into thinking no means yes and yes means no.
But equality suffers due to the high amount of fear in our society. That a male model does not evoke such a fear and should not be a problem but when a women does we should cast her out. These double standards have to be questioned because as the double standards article states, “The fact that the school was reportedly concerned about its reputation suggests that perceptions may have been important in this case, and our perceptions of male and female bodies can be very different indeed.” The problem isn 't her pass, the problem is the parents for not accepting a person from a