Unformatted text preview: c. The ultimate problem is a double bind (p. xxix) i. Woman as subject (independent) BUT compelled socially to assume the status of the OTHER (dependent, secondary) IV. Egalia’s Daughters a. PART ONE: how wim and menwim are made in Egalia b. PART TWO: how masculists begin to question the assumptions of part one c. Goal: social justive i. “A society in which all are valued as huwom beings” d. Importance of languge: i. The NONSEXIST Word Finder: A Dictionary of Gender-Free Usage ii. Men/women – wim/menwim iii. Fele/mafele iv. Housebound v. Fatherhood protection = a form of marriage e. Story of adolescence: i. Petronus becoming a manwom: 1. NO CHOICES besides fatherhoos protection 2. Requirement for ideal “manwom: is limiting 3. Why can’t he be a diver? a. He the wrong sex b. No adequate diving suit...
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This note was uploaded on 03/20/2008 for the course WMST 101 taught by Professor Burns during the Spring '08 term at UNC.
- Spring '08
- The Second Sex