Name: Professor: Course: Date: Question One Do I ever doubt the words we (as individuals politician and other institutional leaders) use? The answer is definitely yes. On several occasions especially during politically active seasons when politicians are up and busy spelling out their political ambitions and goals to the people i.e. describing their manifestos in the campaigns there are critical words that these politicians use that often time contradict their objectives. Just to give a personal illustration of the most common political cliché is the phrase “sustainable development.’ Well this may seem a very catchy and ambitious word for any politician gender with women rising up to be independent and wealthier. Therefore being poor in women cannot be associated with laziness but instead lack of independence and the liberty to take control. The male gender feeling threatened by the feminists and therefore they are taking steps to dominate further. As Fauludi (9) puts it male domination is becoming the standard unit for masculinity in the western culture. Works Cited Fauludi S. (1999). The Son the Moon and the Stars: The Promise of Postwar Manhood. Stiffed: The Betrayal of the American Man (pp. 3-15). New York: William Morrow and Co. Total pages 662 [...]
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