Division of Labor

Division of Labor

September 29, 2012 by Chelsea Burbidge Merkley  
Published in Marriage

Article.

Feminism ~ a Dirty Word?

Feminism ~ a Dirty Word?

November 13, 2011 by munkeylegend  
Published in Women

This article takes a look at gender stereotypes within our society, at why feminism is the new F word in our society, the concept viewed as alienating by most, how this is contributing to supporting the idea of grossly outmoded and sexist sterotyping, and the detrimental impact this is having on society as a whole.

Gender Roles of Women in The 1950s and 1960s, and How It’s Changed

Gender Roles of Women in The 1950s and 1960s, and How It’s Changed

June 28, 2011 by Jamie098  
Published in Women

Women in the 1950’s didn’t need to work, it was a status symbols that a woman could stay home because her husband made enough money to support the whole family. Behind that however, was there some force pushing women back into the house, especially the kitchen, after World War II ended? We take a look at two different studies of 1950s cookbooks and 1960s picture books and identify some subtle hints toward expected gender roles for women. Later, we analyze exactly what has changed and why marriage rates are dropping and why the birth rate is dropping as well.

Five Roles Women Should Learn to Play Well

Five Roles Women Should Learn to Play Well

November 12, 2010 by elysateek  
Published in Motherhood

Short descriptions of the many faces of Jill of All Trades.

Should You Open The Door for Her or Not?

Should You Open The Door for Her or Not?

September 22, 2010 by Tom Pedersen  
Published in Women

A discussion about the 20th century Feminist Movement.

The Changing Role of Women in Society

The Changing Role of Women in Society

September 23, 2008 by Zach Kocian  
Published in Women

A brief historic and contemporary look at the constantly changing role of women in society.