In the last couple of years I have spent a good amount of time studying the context of the American Male (often in comparison with other geographies / cultures). The concept of masculinity as a part of how men make their consumer behavior choices is pretty interesting. I have been affirmed in some areas and … Continue reading The Lesbiman: A New Masculine Ideal?
After reading todays' today's Sociology of Style blog on the active gender debate and female self-sabotage before I even had my first cup of coffee, I had a lot of opinions and questions swirling around in my brain. But I had a full day of work to do that required said brain so decided to … Continue reading On The Gender and Feminism Debate: What does “Having It All” Really Mean?
This weekend while coasting on my long board through the park on the first really nice spring day of the year, I encountered a situation I hadn't been in for roughly 20-ish years. I got mistaken for a "boy" twice by curious and vociferous (god bless) young children. Twice! The first time two little girls … Continue reading Educating With Androgyny