? engage in ? relations as a central part to their ? which may seem counterintuitive to how we typically consider ? as focusing on ?.
Is “girl hunting” really focused on hooking up ? or is it just another activity that ? can bond over? How central are ? to this activity?
Regardless of how ? react to being “hunted,” ? bond over the activity and as a result have a heightened sense of ?.
The way ? act towards ?―both ignoring them and objectifying them―are central to ? relations and reproduce systems of ⚖.
Male-dominated spaces allow ? to strengthen their sense of ?. Why is there no fear of ? in these spaces?
? – homosocial
? – masculinity
? – men
? – women
⚖ – inequality
? – homophobia
? are seen as traditionally masculine because they rely on their ? for work unlike in men in ?.
? are often limited to physical jobs because they lack ? and therefore cannot easily acquire ?s as a backup if they become disabled.
? with an ♿ are increasingly able to seek alternative employment with greater ease through ? or going back to school to seek ?.
Stigma is increasing for ? who claim disability because of a new ease of acquiring ?, ? or at an ? because of industrialization.
Acquiring a ♿ is not only an ? for ? regarding employment―their culture also includes masculine, physical activities like ? and ?.
? higher education
? office job
? rural men
? urban areas
♿ physical disability
? working online
? identity crisis