My husband earns more money than I do and has no real education. Is society sexist?

"My husband earns more money than I do and has no real education. Is society sexist?"

Then enter trades. In other words, do what men do. "Man up" to the same choices that men make and you will earn the same pay as men. It's that easy.

Here is a clue. The economy doesn't care about your college education. And most men just go where the money is instead of waiting for the money to come their way.

No wonder there is a gender pay gap. Meanwhile, feminists feel justified in trying to socially redesign the entire society so that their magically chosen fields pay more. Little do they realize that even if they could do that, then MORE MEN will go there too. Suddenly, more women would compete with more men for jobs in the chosen field. Because men follow money. That is the clue.


[ Politics ] Open question: Why did Republicans refuse to vote for Sarah Palin with a slight delay when they voted for Donald Trump with total delay? Are Republicans sexist?

[Politics] Open question: Why did Republicans refuse to vote for Sarah Palin with slight delay when they voted for Donald Trump with total delay? Are Republicans sexist?

In 2016, Senator Bernie Sanders encouraged Elizabeth Warren to run for president. Now she says she is sexist. Why are you lying like Hillary Clinton?

Chief Warren has a quick and lost relationship with the Truth.

Say what you want about Bernie's political views, (I know I do), but he realizes that he really believes what he is saying, and Chief Warren looks like someone who will say whatever it takes to be elected.

Why do white sexist men find unhealthy and thin women so attractive?

Why do some men find slim women attractive?

Well, first, well Nancy said: the heart wants what it wants and there isn't much we can do about it.

Biologically, that is, from an evolutionary perspective, men are predisposed to be attracted to women with whom they can have children; therefore, pronounced secondary sexual characteristics and, therefore, higher fat levels should be primary attractants. However, culture plays a very important role in shaping our desires and everything that culture tells us that says it is at stake. This is changing, in fact it has always changed, often from generation to generation. We went from Marilyn Monroe to Kate Moss to Beyonce and the Kardashians in the space of half a century. Short answer: this will also happen.

[ Politics ] Open question: Is it sexist that some states do not exempt tampons from their sales taxes?

[Politics] Open question: Is it sexist that some states do not exempt tampons from their sales taxes? .

rpg theory – Research on the effects of playing sexist role-playing games or other role-playing games

There are several studies that reveal sexist, capable, racist tropes, etc. in this or that role play. (See the bottom of the publication for some references.)

How does it affect the participants to play such games? As everyone has an opinion and not all are beautiful, The answers should be based on rigorous studies..

Some common opinions on the matter:

  • Playing games is fun and therefore the question is diverted.
  • Only stupid and worthless people are affected by the means they consume.
  • Playing a game with orcs does not cause changes in behavior towards any minority.
  • Playing a game with orcs reinforces racist stereotypes and thinking.
  • Playing a game with sexist stereotypes reinforces patriarchy and, therefore, has all kinds of unintended consequences.

To distinguish what is true or not, experimental studies are required. A study of other media could be useful, if the answer also rigorously argues how and to what extent it is generalized to role-playing games.

Possible answers

The connection between violent video games and aggressiveness has been studied from several angles. From what I understand, the state of the art is that if violent games have an effect, it's positive but very small. There can also be no effect.

Certainly, there are methods to quantify biases and stereotypes, so it would be possible to conduct similar studies on them; The question is whether something has been done and what they say about RPGs.

I have read several studies, such as the ones mentioned below, but I do not remember having addressed them in this question. I talked about this with someone who was writing a master's thesis about sexist and drunk tropes, and they did not know about such studies, although they had not investigated it. This does not seem to be a common question, for some reason.

I follow an international magazine of role-playing games, analog game studios and, more recently, Games and culture, but I do not remember articles related to this, but you may forget something and have not read your files in detail.

I have not examined the broader literature on game studies, nor have I read most of Solmukohta's books.

An introduction:

Research articles, some of them unfortunately behind a payment wall:

  • García, A. (2017). Privilege, power and Dungeons & Dragons: how systems shape racial and gender identities in tabletop role-playing games. Mind, culture and activity, 24, 232-246.

  • JONES, Shelly. Blinded by the roll: the critical failure of disability in D & D. Analog games studies, 2018.

  • Stang, S., and Trammell, A. (2019). The ludic bestiary: misogynist tropes of the female monstrosity in dungeons and dragons. Games and culture.

  • STENROS, Jaakko; SIHVONEN, Tanja. Outside the dungeons: Representations of queer sexuality in RPG source books. Analog games studios, 2015, 3.

  • Trammell, Aaron. 2014. "Misogyny and the Female Body in Dungeons & Dragons". Analog games studies 1 (3).

[ Politics ] Open question: Is what Luis Gutiérrez did to Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen (leaving while talking) sexist?

It seemed very misogynistic that this man should get up and leave while Secretary Nielsen was talking. It's like trying to say "woman, your words do not matter". Here is the video:

Is the women's area alone in the gym a little sexist?

Yes, I think it is.
I'm a woman. I go to a gym with an area just for women and with a mixed area.
Under no circumstances have I seen men being disrespectful or inconsiderate to a woman. Yes, if you are handsome, you can take a look, as we do with men!
At the same time, I've noticed that when you go to the section for women only, the area is often used by self-managed brats, who are much worse at judging or just average.
I think it's a waste of space and resources.
We need to understand that men are also part of our society. How are we going to convert the country? Saudi Arabia?