Are Modern Men Manly Enough? - Room for Debate - NYTimes.com
An interesting discussion, although Natasha Scripture and Loni Love's contributions are pretty one dimensional and 'blah'.
Facial + pedicure + sasquatch legs.
So much to dislike in the headline. I hold the free to be point of view; you want a pedicure, man? damn it, I'm in! From now on I'm scheduling all my VC talks at Natalies.
Children raised in houses that speak language switch almost immediately to the language spoken by their peers (I'll google up the study if I must) so why wouldn't kids raised by feminists (and can I get a new term? equalist?) end up mimicking what they see on TV and in their neighborhoods?
If gender roles are so damn natural explain this guy
nice heels! can I borrow them?
Gender roles are fashion!
"Pink was once a color associated with masculinity, considered to be a watered down red and held the power associated with that color. In 1914, The Sunday Sentinel, an American newspaper, advised mothers to ‘use pink for the boy and blue for the girl, if you are a follower of convention.’ The change to pink for girls and blue for boys happened in America and elsewhere only after World War II."