The Societal Evolution of Male Stereotypes

  • by James M. Lowrance
  • Narrated by Phil Williams
  • 1 hrs and 3 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

"When a negative trait or practice is generally and entirely attributed to a people of a particular race, gender or origin, it is an unfair generalization that we call a 'stereotype'. When it manifests unchallenged and unanswered, it can over time cause society to lose respect for a particular people as a whole or to an extent, for society itself." - Jim Lowrance
Table of Contents:
Chapter One: Why Write on Gender Stereotypes?
Chapter Two: Female Sex Offenders
Chapter Three: Men Who Hate Women
Chapter Four: Unrealistic Sexual Stereotypes
Chapter Five: Biblical Commentary on Gender Bashing
Subheadings within the Chapters:

The Talk Show Venue
Women are Intelligent and Responsible
The Drive but not the Courage
Why some Men won't Report Sex Offenders
Women are Wonderful
Disturbing Statistics
No Excuse is Acceptable
Movements that took Wrong Turns
A Reality Check
Our Undeniable Interconnectedness
In Touch with Both Sides
Adam's Rib
The Promiscuity Question
A Biblical Admonition to Spouses
Dangling Meat in front of Lions
Are Sex and Intimacy Synonymous?
Raising a Husband Properly
Bombarded with Stereotypical Humor
Male Bashing Takes the Lead
Men Have Not Been Defending Against "Male Bashing"
Men Represented As Sexual Morons
Too Many Male Generalizations
Men Only Want "One Thing"?
All Men Are Capable of Sexual Abuse?
Sexual Deviance Is Never Perpetrated by Females?
Men Care Deeply About Protection Against Sexual Offenders


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myopic, vapid drivel

The title of this "work" ( i use quotatons because the content is a hot, laughable mess and nothing more) is ambitious and serious, but alas, bears no relationship to its content, which is intellectually vapid, and astonishingly myopic. The author never discusses the evolution- that is, the origin, construction, and maintenance- of male stereotypes, and procedes as though traditional gender stereotypes arise out of a vacuum, rather than from patriarchical gender ideologies. The author might be well advised to do some research before adding his two cents, which are not even worth that paltry monetary value.
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- Jennifer Dawson

Book Details

  • Release Date: 12-30-2014
  • Publisher: James M. Lowrance Publishing