Discussing human sexuality is a tricky, if not fraught, enterprise today. Critiques of human sexuality abound in the popular and academic press. That’s why here, I would like to do something truly radical...celebrate it! Today, I put to you the heretical notion that in a sexually reproducing, sexually dimorphic species, men finding women sexy … Continue reading Sexy Isn’t Sexist or The Allegory of the Peacock’s Train
This essay was first published as "When is a Feminist Not a Feminist" as a guest blog on Lee Jussim’s Psychology Today Rabble Rowser blog here. Updated 13/9/17. “Feminism: The advocacy of women’s rights on the grounds of the equality of the sexes.” “Egalitarianism: The doctrine that all people are equal and deserve equal rights and … Continue reading When is a feminist not a feminist?
If any man could draw up a comprehensive, infallible guide to navigating this treacherous territory, we would certainly erect a statue to his everlasting memory. There is a Twitter account dedicated to exploring and enumerating precisely the distinctions and differences between the acceptably erotic and the intolerably sexist. It's called @SexyIsntSexist. It is, of course, … Continue reading Darwinian Gender Studies: Unpoisoning the well