Thursday, September 20, 2018

2 results for 'male'

Male Disposability And Marginalization

By Credo, published on Nov 17, 2013

Marginalization means that one group of people are denied things that others are allowed, treated as insignificant.

When we talk about male verses female privilege, and the examination of those various denials, this should lead us in the direction of understanding just who in our society is being marginalized and disposed of like old inoperable appliances, and who really has privilege in society.


Like not getting taken seriously when crying rape?

Like not being protected by the law when they become victims of violence by another... (more)

Tags: love, society, relationship, female, male, corporation, modern marriage, institutionalism

The Aging Male Writer and his Vanishing Audience

By Shane Joseph, published on May 26, 2013

This is a controversial subject. Let me make that clear at the outset. And I apologize in advance if I come across as that typecast "male, chauvinist p—"; that is certainly not my intention. But as I am one among this soon-to-be-extinct species, I thought I would get my thoughts on paper before the opportunity lapses.

Once upon a time, the majority of writers were men. Profligate and prodigious, they wrote on topics of adventure, war, espionage, crime, love and even ventured into poetry and literary fiction. This breed of writer was objectified as the epitome of the writing life. They... (more)

Tags: aging, writer, kerouac, male, hemingway, fitzgerald, miller, rowling, updike, bellow, irving, roth, bolano

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