male-dominated love

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  • Which is about how you'd expect things to go between an arrogant borderline narcissist who enjoys the company of other human beings only up to the point where actual feelings become an issue and a level-headed young careerist struggling to be taken seriously in a very male-dominated profession who's insecure enough about her own ability to handle the job without having to deal with the men's doubt and contempt.

    Lance Mannion:

  • The play is notable for its exposé of sexual relations in a male-dominated society and for its use of both double entendre and explicit obscenities.

    Archive 2009-03-01

  • Sometimes also called "The Poet and the Women", it is now considered one of Aristophanes 'most brilliant parodies of Athenian society, [3] with a particular focus on the subversive role of women in a male-dominated society, the vanity of contemporary poets, such as the tragic playwrights Euripides and Agathon, and the shameless, enterprising vulgarity of an ordinary Athenian, as represented in this play by the protagonist, Mnesilochus.

    Archive 2009-03-01

  • By the same token, a male journalist will do better in a male-dominated situation -- say talking to front-line troops, where adding a women into the mix will change the dynamic.

    Annabel Symington: Female Journalists and Sexual Violence: A Long Overdue Conversation

  • "It is a male-dominated world and men who are in corporate offices don't want to see that," he said.

    Separate sexual standard for women creeping into commercials

  • Jarrett extends the mission beyond traditional government boundaries, periodically arranging dinners and other sessions with groups of female correspondents, including some young White House reporters who don't get front-row seats in the male-dominated press briefing room.

    Valerie Jarrett maintains her longevity in the White House

  • In other words, why should construction and manufacturing being male-dominated and health and education be female-dominated, and further why should that remain true as the sector mix changes?

    Matthew Yglesias » The Gendered Division of Labor

  • Men are suffering more than women in this recession, as male-dominated industries are hit hardest.

    Matthew Yglesias » The Gendered Division of Labor

  • When a woman seeks a job in a male-dominated field, she risks ridicule and all sorts of other unpleasant side effects of her choice of career.

    Why Don’t More Women Ride? « PubliCola

  • In describing the dreams and superstitions and fantasies that assailed her when she lost her boy, she confirms something that I have long thought to be true about the apparent conundrum of female religiosity: Why is it women who keep up the congregations in male-dominated places of worship?

    The Pain of Elizabeth Edwards

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