Tag Archives: Men

On Living with a Man

I live with a man who describes himself as a feminist.  Considering this, it might sound surprising (or maybe not?) that our lifestyle has mildly fallen into tasks associated with each of our genders. I typically spend one Saturday morning … Continue reading

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What is Privilege?

I found Sheila Jeffrey’s article, Keeping Women Down and Out, disturbing for it’s content and knowing the truth in it. I was an employee at Morgan Stanley for nearly 14 years. I saw firsthand how strippers enter the workplace and … Continue reading

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What Does it Mean to be Privileged?

In the documentary “Killing Us Softly 4” , the portal of women in print advertisements is heavily discussed as being unrealistic and inaccurate. These prints don’t accurately represent women of different races and sizes. Something I felt that the movie … Continue reading

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Discriminating Bodies

What is Discrimination: Hollywood culture constantly bombards us with images of the emaciated model; stick thin with not an ounce of fat. If a model or actress is unable to naturally achieve this desired look then she is sent for … Continue reading

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What do we Assume about Men?

In watching the documentary “Killing Us Softly 4” in class, the portal of women in print advertisements is heavily discussed as being unrealistic and inaccurate. These prints don’t accurately represent women of different races and sizes. Something I felt that … Continue reading

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