Category Archives: Stereotypes

Ethiopian Food and Human Decency

I’ve discovered that my wife and I are not the only people around Hot Springs who enjoy Ethiopian food. Recently, I posted a query, to a Facebook group dedicated to Hot Springs area restaurant reviews, about whether my unsuccessful efforts to find … Continue reading

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Masculine or Feminine or Gender-Neutral

Why are some activities classified as “feminine” and others as “masculine?”  It seems such nonsense to me. A couple of examples come to mind.  Woodworking is typically considered a masculine undertaking.  Sewing generally is considered a feminine enterprise, at least in a … Continue reading

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