This can be shown in the ‘Proof of Marriage’ source as the phratry must accept that a child is legitimate, otherwise property will not be given to the son. However it can also be said that it is in fact wives who fear their husbands and not the other way round. In the Eurastophenes’ murder case, Euphilites laughed at his wife when she suggested he ‘mauled the maid which could indicate women were in fear of how sexually controlling their husbands could be and how they could still get away with it. In the Naerea source is also shows men can be abusive to women with little to no consequence as Phrynion gets away with his abuse towards Naerea. You could also view the violence as a cry of fear and other controlling behaviour could emphasise that.
Rhona is making a reference to how beauty effects the way a male boss looks at his female employees. The play is suggesting that attractive women are not smart. Here, Mim is being used by Jim as a window dressing to cover up Rhona’s assumed unattractiveness, while Mim outweighs the smart aspect of the duo. Although I don’t agree with this assumption,
Emasculation, according to Merriam-Webster dictionary, is “the deprivation of a man’s strength, role, and/or masculinity.” Men tend to allow themselves to succumb to emasculation in everyday life by allowing women to simply overpower them. Some women feel that the only way to become successful in life is to overcome the male gender, in general. Men accept that idea and let women do what they choose without any retaliation, or else they may be filled with contrite (1). In the novel entitled One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, by Ken Kessey, the author uses the emasculation of men to develop the story by revealing the characteristics of various female characters and using each of their personality traits to go deeper into the analysis of the novel. Kessey uses the emasculation of men first and primarily with Nurse Ratched.
Over drinks, Frances confronts him about his wandering eyes and questions his love for her. Michael’s way of looking on women as mere bodies could suggest a kind of degradation, which is to define a woman only as an erotic or sexual figure. Michael reveals that he loves the way women look and when Frances asserts that one-day he will be unfaithful, Michael agrees with her. Frances feels that the day is now ruined and resorts to calling the Stevensons. The universal truth behind this story is that the innate differences between men and women coupled with lack of communication will cause a marriage to stagnate and become an uneasy compromise.
I think it’s also an insult to men. To make them believe that by just using Axe product, girls would go crazy over them. According to Huffington post, Axe's ad isn't just bad for women. The campaign also insults and undermines men. "This ad promotes the belief that all men… are incapable of controlling themselves when women are nearby," Escobar wrote.
Agreeable people get along well with others and are generally considerate, friendly and willing to compromise their interests with others (Rothmann & Coetzer 2013). Agreeable people think positively of others. They see others as trustworthy, honest and decent. Disagreeable people on the other hand, place self interest before others. They treat others with suspicion and as such, they do not generally get along well with others.
And it is different if a man is dominated by his female partner as a foreplay. • Male victims of domestic violence are not taken seriously. • Male sexuality is now demonized by feminists, according to them if a man looks at a woman or asking her out then he is automatically raping her. And if a man is sexually attracted to a woman, he still understands the concept of consent, and recognizes her as a human being. • Men now have it a lot harder in terms of dating.
And what is a greater crime than making women hate themselves for reasons that they cannot change? The “anti-narcissism” that men have made consists of women not liking anything about them and wishing that they were the opposite sex just to get more respect. They don’t have any self-respect for themselves because of the nonsense that the “dominant” males have fed them their whole lives. This makes everything hostile for women and while men are busy controlling what the rules are and what can be published, women are struggling with this internal conflict that they’ll never get far in life because of their sex. Cixous boldly declares that women have been “kept in the dark.” What is this darkness you may ask?
No man should have that much control over one person. Who the hell do they think they are. Yes, it has changed somewhat since this was written in 1971, but it hasn’t changed completely. The way that men treat women is very degrading; embarrassing; disrespectful; humiliating; controlling; and tons of others that I can’t think of, but it’s some kind of power issue that man have. What pisses me off most is that men constantly put women down so much that we lose all respect and confidence in
The Friar tries to dissuade Giovanni from commencing the relationship despite there being little effect from his words. Annabella is harshly reprimanded by the Friar, so much so that she sees sense to confess to her sins. Despite her confession however, she is still punished grotesquely towards the end of the play. Giovanni does not confess; instead he sees his actions as necessary to deal with the problem that he is the main cause of. The final line “Who could not say, ‘Tis pity she’s a whore?” can be seen as directed towards her and so she is blamed for everything that has occurred.