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Where Do Negative Stereotypes About Feminists Come From?
From the Mouths of Rapists: The Lyrics of Robin Thicke’s Blurred Lines
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Before Love: Puritan Beliefs about Sex and Marriage
Why Do the Japanese Draw Themselves as White?
Five Reasons Why Gendered Products are a Problem
Physiognomy: Faces, Bodies, and the “Science” of Human Character
A Haunting Illustration of Work Under Capitalism
Chart of the Week: Earnings That Put Households in the 1% in Each State
Designing for Profit: On “Instructions for Use”
From Manly to Sexy: The History of the High Heel
That Weird Thing About Lipstick
Just for Fun: The Social Construction of Chest Hair
Piaget’s Stages of Cognitive Development: Experiments with Kids
The Patriots: Out-and-Out Liars? Or Just Outliers?
The Truth About Gender and Math
Dads in Ads: Are Times Changing?
Americans Are Fleeing Religion and Republicans Are To Blame
Defining Women’s Oppression: The Burka vs. the Bikini
Ohio Class Teaches Children that Men Think and Women Feel
Elite University Degrees Do Not Protect Black People from Racism
Chart of the Week: Big Pharma Spends More on Marketing than Research
The Attribution of Intelligence
Happy Valentine’s Day, Sociology Lovers!
The Rise of the Strawberry
How Do Physicians and Non-Physicians Want to Die?
Celebrating Valentine’s Day in Japan
The Tomato Tariff: The Politics of Fruits and Vegetables
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Lost in Translation: Tattoos and Cultural Appropriation
The Privilege of Assuming It’s Not about You
Professors’ Pet Peeves
Why Only Women, Wrestlers, and Weight Lifters Wear Leotards.
Sexual Objectification (Part 1): What is It?
U.S. Racial/Ethnic Demographics: 1960, Today, and 2050
Men Dressing Up as Fat Women
Vintage Anti-Suffrage Postcards
Hysteria, the Wandering Uterus, and Vaginal Massage
Happy Birthday, Judith Butler!
For Instructors
A Vinegar Tradition: Happy Valentine’s Day, I Hate You
The Swastika before World War II
The Secret Life of Vintage Lysol Douche Ads
Lumbersexuals and White Heteromasculine Pageantry
Negative Stereotypes of the Irish
Chart of the Week: We Have Less Control Over Our Reproductive Bodies Than We Think
“Help, My Eyeball is Bigger than My Wrist!”: Gender Dimorphism in Frozen
Women in Apocalyptic Fiction Shaving Their Armpits.