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Why Don’t Men Kick Each Other in the Balls?
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From the Mouths of Rapists: The Lyrics of Robin Thicke’s Blurred Lines
Why Lesbians and Gay Men Don’t Share Space
The Most Common Job in Every State, 1978-2014
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Children, Chores, and the Gender Pay Gap at Home
Are Economics Majors Anti-Social?
Unkind Architecture: Designing Against the Homeless
From Manly to Sexy: The History of the High Heel
Beliefs About Brilliance and the Demography of Academic Fields
Beyond Bossy or Brilliant: Gender Bias in Student Evaluations
Power and the Gaze: What Does Resistance Look Like?
Just for Fun: Flipping the Script on the Asian Girl Fetish
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Irish Dance and the Evolution of Race
The Secret Life of Vintage Lysol Douche Ads
Skull Face And The Self-Fulfilling Stereotype
“Help, My Eyeball is Bigger than My Wrist!”: Gender Dimorphism in Frozen
Who Kills Themselves Binge Drinking? It’s Not Who You Think
Republicans to Democrats: Keep Your Walkable Communities!
Gender and the Body Language of Power
Piaget’s Stages of Cognitive Development: Experiments with Kids
The Truth About Gender and Math
Racist Antics at Colleges and High Schools (Trigger Warning)
Irish Apes: Tactics of De-Humanization
Just For Fun: The Secret to a Perfect Body…
Re-Thinking the Famous Dolce and Gabbana Gang Rape Ad
What Do Women (Seeking Men) Want?
Where Do Negative Stereotypes About Feminists Come From?
Southern States Lead Nation in Consumption of Gay Porn, But Why?
Defining Women’s Oppression: The Burka vs. the Bikini
Where Do Young People Get Knowledge About the Clitoris?
Lost in Translation: Tattoos and Cultural Appropriation
Torches of Freedom: Women and Smoking Propaganda
Negative Stereotypes of the Irish
1980s Game Show Host Kissing Young Girls
Sexual Objectification (Part 1): What is It?
Blog » Seeing is Believing
U.S. Racial/Ethnic Demographics: 1960, Today, and 2050
The Manly Origins of Cheerleading
Myth-Making and the “We Can Do It!” Poster
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Course Guide for Sociology of Gender
Are Americans Aware of Heightism?