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- adv. In a homosocial way.
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In the lipstick-lesson scene in particular, Weems has seen to it that the iconic image of the girlchild in formation not only directs attention to the homosocial bond between mother and daughter, the artist also explicitly asserts the desire of girls firstly to compose themselves homosocially.
It is Manet's portrayal of defiantly free-thinking women homosocially sharing men in DÃ©jeuner that is striking for its time, as is his stripping of the virility and heroism from the bourgeois men bequeathed them by Poussin and Rubens.
It is Manet's portrayal of defiantly free-thinking women homosocially sharing men in Déjeuner that is striking for its time, as is his stripping of the virility and heroism from the bourgeois men bequeathed them by Poussin and Rubens.
With our newly heightened awareness of sexuality and art liberated from superstition, ethnocentrism, and unilateral male governance, we could begin to see that historical art for millennia portrayed the extent to which men gravitated homosocially to men and women to women for comfort in friendship and politics.
And men don't want to be tainted, stigmatised, and made more politically impotent in the homosocially approving eyes of their male brethren by having their identities tarnished by what women say men are (that men are, because women notice it and say it).
Het men are homosocially determined to protecting each other's male supremacist entitlements, privileges, and power.