The amount of toxic masculinity and mysoginy in one sentence.
We can’t just stop with mental gymnastics to justify objectification but we have to extend it to homophobia as well.
This is small dick energy.
Obviously Mike you are being very defensive and just making yourself look like an entitled spoiled little rich kid trying to defend against criticism of an event because you take it personally when its not even supposed to be a personal attack on you.
I completely agree, my other queer identifying friends we’re talking about our experiences with toxic masculinity in college (ADMU) and I’m sorry but a lot of the entitled Atenean stereotypes for us at least stem from the xavier-ateneo lot and it makes me wonder what that culture has that cultivates this.
The question still remains, why do you need to use a women as window dressings for an event?
This is not something that happens only to xavier reunions but in many other events. Why do beer commercials use a “sexy women” in their advertisements? Why do gaming conferences have “booth babes”
Obviously mike you aren’t asking deep enough questions.
Agree to that when I mentioned mostly it’s because I have two formats here the quantitative (the survey) and the qualitative (the interview) in which I had more insights on the media provided from interviews (ergo why I used mostly).
In the process of creating this case study I already went with more why questions than how…
I would love to Lawrence!
Yes, the materials cited we’re pretty old as well and I did mention that some of these organizations have changed their communications as well.
Though there is a limited data set, we have to understand that most of these insights come from Qualitative data and not…