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Male benevolent sexism in romantic and work contexts

Prescription of protective paternalism for men in romantic and work contexts From Psychology of Women Quarterly Male protectiveness can be perceived as sexism. The perception depends on the situation, some protectiveness can be identified as benevolent while other protectiveness can … Continue reading

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Minimizing the seriousness of rape through sexism and gender-role traditionality

Rape perception and the function of ambivalent sexism and gender-role traditionality From Journal of Interpersonal Violence This article examines the role of sexism and gender-role traditonality in minimizing the seriousness of rape. It recognizes how the perceptions and attitudes of … Continue reading

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