"When a negative trait or practice is generally and entirely attributed to a people of a particular race, gender or origin, it is an unfair generalization that we call a 'stereotype'. When it manifests unchallenged and unanswered, it can over time cause society to lose respect for a particular people as a whole or to an extent, for society itself." - Jim Lowrance
Table of Contents:
Chapter One: Why Write on Gender Stereotypes?
Chapter Two: Female Sex Offenders
Chapter Three: Men Who Hate Women
Chapter Four: Unrealistic Sexual Stereotypes
Chapter Five: Biblical Commentary on Gender Bashing
Subheadings within the Chapters:
- The Talk Show Venue
- Women are Intelligent and Responsible
- The Drive but not the Courage
- Why some Men won't Report Sex Offenders
- Women are Wonderful
- Disturbing Statistics
- No Excuse is Acceptable
- Movements that took Wrong Turns
- A Reality Check
- Our Undeniable Interconnectedness
- In Touch with Both Sides
- Adam's Rib
- The Promiscuity Question
- A Biblical Admonition to Spouses
- Dangling Meat in front of Lions
- Are Sex and Intimacy Synonymous?
- Raising a Husband Properly
- Bombarded with Stereotypical Humor
- Male Bashing Takes the Lead
- Men Have Not Been Defending Against "Male Bashing"
- Men Represented As Sexual Morons
- Too Many Male Generalizations
- Men Only Want "One Thing"?
- All Men Are Capable of Sexual Abuse?
- Sexual Deviance Is Never Perpetrated by Females?
- Men Care Deeply About Protection Against Sexual Offenders
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- Jennifer Dawson
myopic, vapid drivel
The title of this "work" ( i use quotatons because the content is a hot, laughable mess and nothing more) is ambitious and serious, but alas, bears no relationship to its content, which is intellectually vapid, and astonishingly myopic. The author never discusses the evolution- that is, the origin, construction, and maintenance- of male stereotypes, and procedes as though traditional gender stereotypes arise out of a vacuum, rather than from patriarchical gender ideologies. The author might be well advised to do some research before adding his two cents, which are not even worth that paltry monetary value.
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