ANT Exam 2 - Sex and violence in college Predatory Sex and...

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Sex and violence in college Predatory Sex and Party Rape: Girls know them usually o Silence is a weapon: society doesn’t want to bring attention to it You don’t hear about it a lot What is hooking up? o Kissing, oral sex, going the distance (hard to define) Happens very frequently Idea is much more prevalent than it actually occurs Features of older dating patterns o No premarital sex o More formal than now Linguistic analysis o Bros over hos o Power of not talking About womens desires About how many guys are having sex About sexual violence Gendered Economy The Opt-Out Phenomenon: Women are educated but usually leave the work force to raise children 1. Being a stay at home mom is sometimes unattractive to say when a woman is asked what she does (lawyer to mom) 2. PUSH: pros of staying working Glass ceiling 2 nd shift pay for children 3. PULL: attractive about staying at home Being with children Support group Lower stress Sense of responsibility Global Women in Economy 3 rd world to 1 st world 1. made money by being maids, nannies, or sexually and sent back to their children Global Economy: usually fixes itself within its own culture
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3 Waves of Feminism 1. Woman’s suffrage Equal rights movement late 1960s Rejection of ‘universal norms’ 1990s 2. Issues of women’s rights Sexuality, family, the workplace and reproductive rights 3. Celebrating sexuality Regardless of body type Done through: women and queer studies Masculinities Out of the Pits: Stock exchange workers videos o Working on the floor is a mans job Aggressive, rude, pushy, vulgar (gay, fag) Crazy outfits Masculinity as heterosexual o Working in the office is a woman’s job Dude, You’re a Fag High School skit Jocks steal the girlfriends of the nerds, the nerds then try to buff up but are dressed strangely o
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