The same goes for perceived links between maleness or femaleness
and most particular professions--but not between the male-female pair and social reproduction.
This discourse does not broach the topic of maleness or femaleness
Rice (1981) and Russell (1993) demonstrated most convincingly that one cannot distinguish mothers from non-mothers by shape, and that, if anything, these highly variable figurines--if they do represent real humans at all--celebrate a number of aspects of femaleness
What then does it mean for women and for future Africa, that leadership is not traditionally associated with femaleness
In the second part, she looks at debilitating heterosexual relationships in Edna O'Brien's Country Girls trilogy (for how Irish Catholic ideologies represent femaleness
in self-destruction), and how Doris Lessing's The Golden Notebook juxtaposes the main character's aspirations as a novelist against the Communist Party's prohibition of bourgeois values.
In a society where lesbians are doubly marginalized, by both their femaleness
and their sexuality, and where conservative authorities regularly denounce homosexuality on religious grounds, it can be difficult for lesbian women to negotiate their religious identity with their sexuality.
with a feminine title may lower the evaluation of women in a professional context," she added.
The dominance of the Whiteness and femaleness
of the teaching force has important implications for the way teachers understand and teach students of color, as well as the way they understand and treat their non-White teacher peers.
Consequentially, sexual preference is also removed from any type of natural identification and causation; attraction and intimate interaction on Greek Gold is formed under the presumption of femaleness
, however the gender category of female is destabilised through various performances of androgyny and masculinity undermining the assumed femininity as 'naturally' ascribed to the female.
The specific circumstances and even the results differ, but the age-old association of femaleness
with the lower, bodily faculties and maleness with higher, intellectual, spiritual motives prevails, in some form, across the decades in these films.
Does one psychologically identify with masculinity or femininity (classifications generally taken to be exclusively socially constructed), with maleness, femaleness
, both, or neither?
Volume one has the politics of homophobia and persecution of homosexuals in Islam, fear and loneliness or isolation of gay persons in Islam, male homoerotic desire and public displays of affection in Arabic society, the problem of acceptance of homosexuality in relationship to economic issues, sexual orientation and chat room discourse, Allah's word and femaleness
in Singapore, and neo-orthodox Islam in relationship to the unlawfulness of same-sex relations under the Hadith.