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York University
Human Rights and Equity Studies
HREQ 1920
Elizabeth Brule

February 4th 2014HREQ 1920 MaleFemale Relationships LectureNot an essay comparative analysis of authors through a particular theoretical lensHow they put their arguments togetherFirst author Tregos How traditional gender roles have been forted and how they have been forted since the second world war in terms of women being considered and portrayed as needing to be strong and yet beautiful Men have experienced gender changes as well double burden of gender roles meaning men now have to be strong and sensitive the feminized version of masculinityAs femininity has been redefined masculinity has been called into question because male hegemony within society because of this men are lost they no longer know what their role is to beResult is a backlash which is embodied in media There is a way of men being men with other men embodying masculinit
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