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Department
Modes Of Reasoning
Course
MODR 1710
Professor
Linda Carozza
Semester
Winter

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Mars, Venus or planet earth?  Kimmel states that gender equality is just as important for men, men and women are not different, and that sexual discourse should be conceived in a different way to be solved.  Affirmative action: men getting the job instead of women because it should be theirs. This can also be called reverse discrimination. So, men felt like they were oppressed because of reverse discrimination.  We can’t universalize all women’s experiences because while white women might only experience discrimination because of gender, black women all experience discrimination because of color. Privilege is invisible to those who see it. In the US they don’t have a country code at the end of the email address because they have privilege. So, privilege is only visible to who don’t have it.  What women need, men should want.  Three things are important to a mother: 1-maternity leave 2-child care 3-flexible hours  Elagotarian marriage: one when men and women share work & child care. This makes children, mothers and fathers happier and healthier (less doctor visits). Elagetarian marriage is linked with successful marriage. Marriage elagetarian marrage by how much men do house hold and child care.  Masculinity according to Kimmel: 1-Men should not be with feminine traits. This is vague because what does it mean not to be feminine.
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