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Are Professional Sports Challenging Femininity?
Defining women’s achievement in sports is like placing a governor on an engine. The engine is restricted from producing max results- just as girls are restricted by being compared to boys – setting the expectation that girls will never be as athleticly competitive as boys. Exploring some history in sports may help explain this hypothesis.Continue reading “Are Professional Sports Challenging Femininity?”
The Problem with “Male Dominated”
I’ve been thinking a lot lately about what “Male Dominated” means when it comes to work environments. I understand it to an extent- but really reflecting on my experiences in the military reminds me of all the guys who helped me and encouraged me to get where I am at. That doesn’t feel likeContinue reading “The Problem with “Male Dominated””
Tammie Jo Shultz And Chelsey Sullenberger
When flight 1380 from New York made an emergency landing at Philadelphia International Airport on 17 April 2018, instincts took over for the seasoned captain and she executed all of her emergency procedures as practiced and memorized. She was the Captain of the flight, and even though it was a last minute switch she hadContinue reading “Tammie Jo Shultz And Chelsey Sullenberger”
The Men’s Empowerment Run
He had just returned from winning the Women’s Empowerment 5K, and everyone was gathered around him to see his medal. “That’s awesome man”, “way to represent” everyone was proud of our squadron’s winner. It was great, he ran the race pretty fast and won. I asked, “were there a lot of people that showed up?”Continue reading “The Men’s Empowerment Run”
The Case Against Feminism
Have you seen “The Red Pill”? It’s a movie by a self-proclaimed feminist, Cassie Jaye, who explores men’s rights advocacy groups. She does a great job of capturing the raw emotions and feelings of men who are exhausted with being treated as aggressors and vilified. A friend was worried about watching it with me. LikeContinue reading “The Case Against Feminism”
Why the Milieux Project?
It might not be transparent, so I’d like to write a little on the Milieux Project and our “why”. To be sure, we are still defining it, but we definitely started with a desire to change how our culture thinks about flying and who can do it. But it has become more than this. IContinue reading “Why the Milieux Project?”
Feminism and Wonder Woman – What you might not know
After Wonder Woman’s successful run at the box office, Director Angela Robinson is releasing another movie, “Professor Marston and the Wonder Woman” (set release date of 27 October), a film meant to discuss some of the back story of creator Professor Marston and his family. It promises to be kinky and sexy, and probably willContinue reading “Feminism and Wonder Woman – What you might not know”