Last month, I wrote about how chivalry encourages men to take responsibility for maintaining feminine virtue. Of course, once men assume ownership over the actions of women, women are encouraged to police themselves in order to avoid embarrassing the men in their lives. Endless cycle, no?
Let's take a look at how this collaborative gender policing [...]
Posts Tagged ‘tradition’
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals may have a monopoly on sexualizing cuts of meat, but it takes a Czech surrealist artist to really romanticize steak. Because I am who I am, I can't help but analyze the traditional mating rituals (and the tragic ending) on display between two cuts of beef in [...]
The Washington Post's breakout Weddings section, "OnLove," has debuted, providing Washingtonians with another outlet for more-of-the-same coverage of the institution. You've got your pair of interlocked golden rings illustrating the header; your bouquet-clutching, white-veiled bride gracing the front page; and your tales of everlasting love sparked in Dewey Beach spicing up the copy.
But WaPo's weddings [...]