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Obsessie met gewig is om vroue op hulle plek te hou

Hoe waar is dit nie:

female-obedience


Vet en energie

Vet mense is in presies dieslfde bootjie as die res van ons – ons moet almal oefening kry. Net soos daai maer, gestresde ou by my werk – hy lyk of hy dalk nie 40 gaan maak nie.   Baie vetties is gesonder as hy. Sommige dokters en maatskappy oordryf die gevare van vet om hul eie inkomstes op te stoot.  Dis vir almal moeilik om met oefening aan die gang te kom, maar vir vet mense is dit ekstra moeilik weens die vooroordeel wat hulle ervaar of verwag.

As sexyness tussen die ore begin en ‘n effek het op die uiterlike, is daar ook ‘n teenoorgestelde effek.  Vir die wie se liggame nie eenvormig is nie, en wat as gedurig as vet en “obese” uitgekryt word, verg dit ‘n spesiale soort dapperheid om al daai dinge agter te laat en nogtans uit die huis te kom en die lewe te leef.  Maar daar is vroue wat dit regkry – soos byvoorbeeld Carrie .

Ek is mal oor haar.  Sy skryf oor haar oefenprogram, en hoe sy al die begeerte kry om te oefen – as gevolg van daardie lekker gevoel wat die endorfien jou gee.   Na my mening het sy in die posisie gekom waar sy vryelik kan oefen, deur eers die samelewing se mislike vooroordele oor vetties af te skud.  Dus, sy het eers die feministies geinspireerde politiek van vet aanvaarding aangeleer, en dit het haar in staat gestel om haar lewe oop en onbevange te leef en ook oefening te kry.

Jy kan nog van vet-aanvaarding lees.  Hierso

For Every Girl… There is a Boy…

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Feministe (en hul mans) se liefdeslewe is die lekkerste

Feminism And Romance Go Hand In Hand

ScienceDaily (Oct. 16, 2007) — Contrary to popular opinion, feminism and romance are not incompatible and feminism may actually improve the quality of heterosexual relationships, according to Laurie Rudman and Julie Phelan, from Rutgers University in the US. Their study* also shows that unflattering feminist stereotypes, that tend to stigmatize feminists as unattractive and sexually unappealing, are unsupported.

It is generally perceived that feminism and romance are in direct conflict. Rudman and Phelan’s work challenges this perception. They carried out both a laboratory survey of 242 American undergraduates and an online survey including 289 older adults, more likely to have had longer relationships and greater life experience. They looked at men’s and women’s perception of their own feminism and its link to relationship health, measured by a combination of overall relationship quality, agreement about gender equality, relationship stability and sexual satisfaction.

They found that having a feminist partner was linked to healthier heterosexual relationships for women. Men with feminist partners also reported both more stable relationships and greater sexual satisfaction. According to these results, feminism does not predict poor romantic relationships, in fact quite the opposite.

The authors also tested the validity of feminist stereotypical beliefs amongst their two samples, based on the hypothesis that if feminist stereotypes are accurate, then feminist women should be more likely to report themselves as being single, lesbian, or sexually unattractive, compared with non-feminist women. Rudman and Phelan found no support for this hypothesis amongst their study participants. In fact, feminist women were more likely to be in a heterosexual romantic relationship than non-feminist women.

The authors conclude that feminist stereotypes appear to be inaccurate, and therefore their unfavorable implications for relationships are also likely to be unfounded. * Reference: Rudman LA & Phelan JE (2007). The interpersonal power of feminism: is feminism good for romantic relationships? Sex Roles (DOI 10.1007/s11199-007-9319-9)

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Krediet:  Feminism And Romance Go Hand In Hand


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