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    The Male Stereotypes

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    MALE STEREOTYPES Most common stereotypes of men are that men are aggressive and violent. Most western countries portray men as emotionally stable, assertive, independent and strong. These stereotypes are not true in most cases. It is said that men are emotionally more stable than women because they don't cry. I completely disagree with this. Sometimes crying can be beneficial too and is a sign of emotional strength. Men crying publically has become socially unacceptable. If a man is very emotional

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    The Male Species

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    The Male Species What could be more confusing than the male speices? Absolutely nothing! Guys have no idea just how much they reflect on a young girl's or older woman's life. Guys make women think, not to mention try to figure out what exactly goes through their heads. Yet, they remain to have so much involvement in a female's life. Most guys don't understand how much they confuse women, whether it be playing mind games, never doing anything they say they will, or by being scared to death

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    The Male Gaze

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    Fifty Shades of the Male Gaze The cinema has deviously played on the voyeuristic characteristics of humans, something unknown to the average “innocent” minded audience. The dark, separated setting of the theatre provides the perfect breeding ground for these hidden urges within us all (Mulvey 60). Film has long manipulated these voyeuristic ideals in humans incorporating them into the diegesis of the work; painting perfect scenes that make the audience feel as if they are secretly viewing these

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    Male Expectations

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    The Effects of Male Expectations Male expectations are ever present in our world creating an adverse effect on men making them feel inferior if they are unable to succeed financially. Arthur Miller’s play Death of a Salesman explicitly shows just how harmful these expectations can be to a person and their families. The main character in the play Death of a Salesman Willy Loman is greatly affected by these male expectations. The man is expected to not only support his family but must also be able

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    Male Socialization

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    Male Socialization While there are many competing theories surrounding the development of gender roles, this one fact is incontestable and unavoidable: men and women are socialized differently. There is not yet enough conclusive evidence to determine how large of a role biology plays in creating the gendered psyches, but, whilst scientists continue to explore the intricacies of neurology, we can draw conclusions about how social mores assist in instilling masculinity and femininity into our

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    concerns and eating disorders are significantly associated more with females than males. Even though males seemingly have lower rates of eating disorders, they are not as protected from body image issues as was once thought. In our day and age, increasing amounts of males are wrestling with body discontentment, weight concerns, and feelings of inadequacy when comparing their body to the problematic socialized male ideal body. Male body image dissatisfaction is largely the product of external pressures to

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    brutality and ruthless insidiousness of the male dominated scientific regime can be seen in stark silhouette when one comes to understand how even theories constructed for no purpose other than to entrench male privilege and power fall victim to the ram-rod assault of Linear Progress. For example, the belief that the entire human organism in miniature form -- the homunculus -- was contained in the spermatozoa, was predicated on the assumption that the male is normative and active -- ejaculating its

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    Male Victim Rape

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    Male Victim Rape Abstract This research paper is based on individual case study related to “Male Rape Victims.” Male rape is a crime of forcing another person to submit to sex acts, especially sexual intercourse (LongMan Dictionary, p1169). In general, male rape has occurred as often as every year from the age of twelve and above. Frequently, males and females had common experiences in same situations. An attacker could victimize males as well as females, who can be an attacker, only a small number

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    Male Eating Disorders

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    Eating Disorders in Males Eating disorders have traditionally been a “woman’s problem.” It has not been until recently that we have recognized the fact that males are suffering from these deadly disorders as well. It has been generally agreed upon that anywhere from five to 15 percent of all reported cases of eating disorders are attributed to men. This paper will examine its incidence in males and the physical and psychological aspects associated with having an eating disorder. First lets

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    Male Friendship

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    that in most cases people are the products of the influences put on them by their friends. Artwork whether it is a painting, a drawing, or photograph; is a big way to express the importance of friendship. The photograph Be a True Friend, shows two male friends. Out at night, in a boat, not doing much but rowing. Along with this photograph is a caption saying, “the only way to have a friend is to be one” (Be a True Friend). From the caption, as well as the picture itself, you get the impression that

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