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Stereotypes of Men Both Scott Russell Sanders Looking at Women and Herb Goldbergs In Harness The Male Condition discuss the idea of stereotypes of men in todays society There is a distinction however in the ways the author views these stereotypes Scott Russell Sanders essay portrays men as sex-crazed animals and uses the protagonist to illustrate mens use of derogatory terms of mens views of women and even the tittle Looking at Women suggests that men see women as something to look at Sanders essay builds on the stereotypes of men by giving examples of men who fit these stereotypes Goldberg on the other hand believes that the stereotypes placed upon men today restrain them and force them to follow a certain path in life blindly He believes that men are victims of the stereotypes of society and spend their existence running from the so called failure of being outside of the norm These two essays discuss in detail mens role in society and the ways in which stereotypes affect men today The distinction between these two essays is in how the author views men whether they are the victims of stereotypes or actually chauvinist pigs Scott Russell Sanders essay Looking at Women shows that men are rude and sexist in the ways they regard women The first example Sanders uses to portray this is when he was young and sees a highschool girl with a good body His friend refers to the girls body as if it were a car part This sexist attitude progresses as Sanders goes to college and looks at the centerfolds of Playboy magazines and even comments on the way womens humanity was severely reduced by such actions Sanders believes that men look at women as objects and make judgements on their being before even examining their personality or spirituality Sanders wants men to change He wants men to appreciate womens inner beauty
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