I’m studying masculinity in males because I want to know if promiscuity and hyper-masculinity are biological or if they’re determined by gender cues, in order to help my audience understand the implications of stereotyping genders and gender traits.
That is my topic and that is what I’ve pursued for five months. Masculinity is a gender term. Being male is an anatomical make-up. Biology says the two are related, but does not dictate that is the only way to be macho.
Women can be masculine. More so than men, even. American culture has built concrete borders around what it believes masculinity is. The goal of my research and product development has been provide commentary on the lack of perspective for a majority of our population. See you Friday night at the thesis show.
Disenthrall: to set them free.