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Has Society Embraced a New Form of Fatherhood?

Over the past decade society has slowly seen a transition from the working dad to fathers fulfilling traditional motherly roles. The “Stay at home dad” isn’t quite as rare as it was years ago. With these new roles being satisfied, … Continue reading

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Women in Combat

  “Anything you can do, I can do better.” This dictum is often used when talking about gender equality. For centuries, women and men have held different roles in society. Women were looked at as the home runners. Their life … Continue reading

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Alcohol and Gender

Millions of dollars are spent on alcohol advertisements yearly!  Of course we all love the “most interesting man in the world” commercials. It’s amazing what Dos Equis beer can do for a man!  Commercials that are selling alcohol to women … Continue reading

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Notes on Trafficking in Men

Gutmann, Matthew C.1997. “Trafficking in Men: The Anthropology of Masculinity.” Annual Review of Anthropology. Vol.26, pp.385-409.

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