Pretty much everything that Marshall and Barney say about the nightshirt could be said about skirts too. How I Met Your Mother, Season 4, Episode 17 (2009).
Some time back I came across this image and I later scolded myself for not saving it. Then as serendipity would have it, I found it again.
Bravo has a cutting new series titled In a Man’s World. Women from various walks of life receive full-body muscle suits, and craniofacial prosthetics to create a physique that is out of this world. The women also receive vocal and movement coaching and then simulate their regular selves….as a man. The circumstances and settings are …
The thriving gender bias that men are breadwinners and women are homemakers is simultaneously misandrist and misogynist as it diminishes a woman’s determinative capacity and casts an exclusive burden upon men.
I was just recalling an incident from several months ago at a local club (this event was still a few months before the time a female police reached under my skirt at this same club). I rocking an awesome 15″ Gap or Ralph Lauren chino skirt. I found myself speaking with a group of three …
Society views women who appropriate masculine symbols as stronger while society views men who appropriate feminine symbols as weaker. How did this come to be?
Call it a skirt, call it a kilt, call it whatever you want, but I dare someone to call this anything less than masculine!
Gender equality is harmed, not helped, by toilet legislation and policy, and compelling an individual to use one facility or another is entirely reminiscent of the old-south segregation. In a very real way, it very broadly paints a minority class as dangerous and the majority class as vulnerable.
Gender equality is harmed, not helped, by “all-gender” toilets and, more generally, by gender-segregated toilets. Declaring special toilets for nonbinary persons is, in practice, an insult rather than an accommodation.