By Josep M. Armengol Angels Carabi
Concentrating on international examples of gender equality, this assortment explores non-dominant types of masculinity that signify gender fairness in pro-feminist methods. Essays discover new replacement versions of masculinity via a large choice of up to date authors and texts, starting from Paul Auster to Jonathan Franzen.
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Zembylas. London: Springer, 2009. 343–366. Ch a p t er 2 Men’s Antiviolence Activism and the Construction of Gender-Equitable Masculinities Michael Flood Introduction One increasingly visible expression of alternative masculinities around the globe is men’s involvement in efforts to prevent men’s violence against women. Men who take part in such efforts, for example, as activists or educators, take up projects of personal change as well as wider social change. They seek to be “the change they wish to see in the world,” working to undermine their own gender privilege and to act in gender-equitable and nonviolent ways.
They spoke from the dominant position about what it means to repress feelings of intimacy with other men and what it means to objectify women’s bodies. They responded to Stoltenberg’s challenge to speak a form of revolutionary honesty and to say “This is what I did” (9). When men share their memories and stories of their part in the reproduction of hierarchical heterosexuality, they are subverting the construction of dominant masculinities. Furthermore, they are engaged in a process of reconstructing their subjectivities and practices in the arena of sexual politics.
Alternative Masculinities for a Changing World by Josep M. Armengol Angels Carabi