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Humor and the Feminist Classroom: An Experiment

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Liz Lemon's Feminism

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Critical Feminist Studies Web Paper #3

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Man as Comrade vs. Enemy: Is a Proletarian Feminist Superior to a Capitalist One?

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Critical Feminist Studies Second Midterm

Man as Comrade vs. Enemy: Is a Proletarian Feminist Superior to a Capitalist One?
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Shattering Discourses

In their article, “Toward a Theory of Gender,” Suzanne Kessler and Wendy McKenna urge us to believe that gender is primarily “socially constructed” as opposed to a natural, biological fact. In their 20 questions-like game employed to figure out what constitutes gender, Kessler and McKenna find that “certain information (biological and physical) is seen as more important than other information (role behavior)” in the process of gender attribution. More specifically, knowledge of which genitals the person has always constitutes the gender of that person. Moreover, once that gender attribution is made, it is the umbrella through which to observe

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