Gender Stereotypes In Alan Wolf's Change For Good

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The most important contribution of the broadway from ‘’Change For Good” is that it puts young women at the center of Broadway fans. In the contrast to liabilities to focus on the middle-aged particularly on the gay men. Wolf’s observation goes against much of the conventional wisdom that women, especially the young women were ‘cultural dupes, their tastes fickle, easy, and undiscriminating, and their presence and loyalty irrelevant’ (p. 221). The revelation of the female hidden reveals the hidden scholarship were targeted audience in many Broadway shows. The scholarship represents a significant economy of American theater, performers. Wolf acknowledges this world as a legitimate space for girls to explore their own experiences of adolescent…show more content…
Although, the Daughters of Bilitis and other "homophile" groups, were ultimately failed in their attempts to encourage the acceptance of homosexuals by the society. The theater professionals began to openly discuss the gay presence in the theater. They later, realized that the homophobia was bad in the theater production. There were questioning Why wasting time to hate people you had to work with. The dean of Broadway directors, George Abbott, wrote the following in his 1963 autobiography "Fairies," the average man calls them with a sneer, or "homos"; around Broadway, they will be referred to as "queers" or "gay boys". Obviously, most of the Masculine feminine behaviors, show the sign of Gay. Homosexuality is a disagreeable fact that we just don 't want to face, so we look the other way ( Abbott 1963). In the mid-60s, the first saw the first manifestations of a gay rights movement, was inspired by the black struggle for America 's civil rights. The most of the gay rallies were held in Philadephia Independence Hall. and daring groups of gays and lesbians
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