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This article presents many theories as to why men are so violent. The author argues that men are expected to act in violent behaviors because they are pressured by social media, and most importantly other men. If some men exercise “softer” masculinities, they can be discriminated, punished and even socially excluded. Hegemonic masculinity proves that in a patriarchal society, men don’t only practice violence on women, but also on [weaker] men.

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This article presents many theories as to why men are so violent. The author argues that men are expected to act in violent behaviors because they are pressured by social media, and most importantly other men. If some men exercise “softer” masculinities, they can be discriminated, punished and even socially excluded. Hegemonic masculinity proves that in a patriarchal society, men don’t only practice violence on women, but also on [weaker] men.

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Women from all over the world have voluntarily participated in a form of advertising that is misogynist and sexist. The patriarchal worldview influences the way people think, and convinces them that the sexualisation and objectification of women in advertising is something to be considered normal. Both men a women are victims of this system, especially since the 2000’s because of our accessibility to the media.

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The article entitled "Lynn Walker Huntley, Lawyer in Prominent Civil Rights Issues, Dies at 69" was written in the New York Times in September 6 2015 by David Stout. Lynn W. Huntley was a young lawyer who worked for the Department of Justice, the NAACP Legal Defense and Education Funds and many other organizations. The author explains how she, (as  a black woman) tried to fight against racism, sexism and other forms of oppression. In 1995, Huntley joined the Southern Education Foundation and became its first female president in 2002.

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