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Running Head: Sexism 1 Sexism Reflection Essay Franklin Okoro West Coast University HUM 370 March 10 th , 2019.
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Running Head: Sexism Reflection Essay 2 This point of view from Noah Berlatsky implies that if men join the reason for battling against sexism, this will achieve a genuine change in the public eye and everyone (men and women) will be profited by this change. Battling against sexism is impossible by ladies alone. So is so because instead of men now seen as the passive players in this fight, they will gain more ground and be seen active alike as women, and maybe begin to be taken more seriously, especially in their complaints about gender stereotype. In our society today, women have always been the ones seen as gender stereotyped, and discriminated; yes, it was so to an extent, maybe decades ago when women were only seen as house wives, and vulnerable to sexual violence (the later was partly because of the stereotypical idea that men are not exposed to being sexually violated). However, the movement of feminism
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  • Fall '15
  • PaulPinson
  • west coast university, Noah Berlatsky, HUM 370-CULTURAL PLURALISM, Franklin Okoro

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