From a critical spirituality context, the immediate expectation of growth could be assumed after one has consumed the text and provided with an alternative view of African American maleness
What this would entail practically, whether this would apply to all intersex people, and how maleness
and femaleness would still be valued remains unspecified.
The Gothic turns out to be the medium for conveying, not merely Merrick's anamorphosis (albeit in a Frankenstein-ian way), but the conflicting emotions raised by the elephant man's unquestionable sexuality--which must be both acknowledged and blocked from enactment through a romanticised sublimation of it--because such a contortion of masculine drives must not be admitted for what it is: natural to maleness
Jason Tesauro's book - The Modern Gentleman - offers a guide to the protocols of maleness
This is not a collection of predominantly African American voices, but it's a fascinating melange of writers whose works challenge the reader's conceptions of maleness
Therefore, leading feminist theologians disagree with Church teaching that maintains that "women cannot represent Christ in the Eucharistic sacrifice" and that "the priest's maleness
is essential to his serving as an icon of Christ.
The scales measuring entrepreneurship are male gendered as the words associated with maleness
are those equated with entrepreneurship and those with femaleness, weakness.
Gender and sex are both about maleness
and femaleness but the terms should never again be used as synonyms.
Maybe it's too late to launch an all-out manhunt for maleness
A description of the events that led to the initial discovery of the gene responsible for maleness
on the Y-chromosome is an important lesson for all scientists.
Unlike the patronymic Wright women who are named for Helene's absent and unmissed husband, the matronymic Peace household is named for the women who, with the exception of Eva's husband, love maleness
for its own sake.
Some fish stopped producing sperm, and one species lost all external signs of maleness
Gender Identity--a psychological term referring to one's core sense of maleness
It is a product of society and culture and, as such, is a gender category distinct from biological maleness
In a new report it said: ``The traditional lager lads advertising, when they have a laugh at women's expense, turns off many women so there is a need for advertisers to develop a different sort of maleness
that reflects contemporary attitudes.