One enjoys violent movies and the other one doesn't. Don't you know even the most basic history? Who said anything about a sole king? It's not about a cull as such, of males but selective breeding with no need for infanticide -- as per females in China. Tthe future long longterm is unigender, not female ---- men having served their purpose to excess and gotten extincted --- but human and of a single gender. This update of the original will tell the compelling story about manhood and violence to a new generation and remind older ones of the ongoing crisis of masculinity in America. It's not just in these few places like video games or movies but it's in what passes for normal culture.
I have seen many parents teach their children nothing but peaceful ways, but they still hit each other with stones or sticks. Perhaps the generalization that mans nature is violent, that nature itself is violent and the Darwinian perspective is clique, but I haven't seen the antithesis work in reality hitherto. Societies and cultures move on. Having power is a burden as well as a strength. I don't talk to my mother the same way I talk to my friends or strangers that get into my face. In this innovative and wide-ranging analysis, Jackson Katz argues that widespread violence in American society, including the tragic school shootings in Littleton, Colorado, Jonesboro, Arkansas, and elsewhere, needs to be understood as part of an ongoing crisis in masculinity. My two boys will not grow up to fit into this limited box of male self-image and denigrate women the way their preprocessors in the western world, including me, have done.
Life doesn't give a fk about gender, as it were --- but which ok, has served its purpose up until now, but faces along with men, total redundancy. The part that is missing for society is that we're all raised with different environments and react to things in very individual ways. Most of the lines of kings died out or were reduced to figureheads. I'm afraid I was wrong. That said, they also have the capacity for kindness and empathy, and it is the same with humans. But if I was challenged I can handle myself because after 30 years of martial arts training and teaching and having spent over 4 years training and fighting in Thailand, I'm fairly confident that if it came to blows I'd come away okay.
Those who didn't go to war were hanged, so what choice did most men have that were soft, sweet and considerate but be called gay by the more brutal ones and subdued. Jackson Katz is available for speaking engagements at colleges by contacting Kevin MacRae at. I like that and feel lucky. Tough Guise 2 stands to empower a new generation of young men -- and women -- to challenge the myth that being a real man means putting up a false front and engaging in violent and self-destructive behavior. Tough Guise needs to be watched by every high school and middle school student in America. So why can't these retards control their impulses and natural instincts?. The american medical establishment has turned birth from a celebration and welcoming into a violent rite of passage to a lifetime of learned helplessness, depression, psychopathy and violence.
In this innovative and wide-ranging analysis, Jackson Katz argues that widespread violence in American society, including the tragic school shootings in Littleton, Colorado, Jonesboro, Arkansas, and elsewhere, needs to be understood as part of an ongoing crisis in masculinity. Katz made a sequel last year that analyses the relationship between violence and American masculinity. I have seen what humans really are. Jackson Katz is the creator, lead writer and narrator of the groundbreaking and award-winning Tough Guise documentary series about American manhood, media and violence, produced by the Massachusetts-based Media Education Foundation. This is why I give feminists so much flak. Though, this problem continues, twelve years after Tough Guise was made. The rules of the game are simple: those who adapt thrive, those who stick to old habits in a changing environment, die out.
The research has been done, it's been known for decades and yet no one seems to care. In a riveting analysis illustrated with archival footage and clips from news, sports, and entertainment media, Katz explores the role of bystanders—especially friends, teammates, classmates, and co-workers—in perpetuating sexual harassment, sexual assault, and other forms of gender violence. Another thing he doesn't seem to want to touch is that girls are just as big a social force in perpetuating this kind of stuff as guy, he i. While both versions are ideally suited for viewing in a single classroom period, the clean version may be more appropriate for junior high and high school-aged audiences. Should be compulsory watch followed by an in-depth workshop style session in every high school! Likewise, posts found to direct odious influxes here may be removed. So much for your assertion that men are mostly the abusive ones. Oh yes, and since when did logical persuasion always led to peace, oh you mean Nazi Germany? It's in my nature to kill and eat people.
Life is kind of a warfare against the malice of others. Tough Guise 2 emphasizes the continuing pattern of media and politicians to view these shootings as the result of mental illness, anger due to failed romance, or membership in hate-groups. The need to be tough I feel is driven socially by the aggression given boys as early as on year of age and increased over time, especially in lower socioeconomic areas. I challenge all men, especially fathers, to watch Tough Guise 2. Understanding violent masculinity 42 min. The result is an indispensable educational tool in the ongoing struggle to prevent sexism and misogyny and promote gender equality. Jackson Katz meticulously analyzes the role of popular culture in establishing norms of violent masculinity that are personally and culturally destructive.
You're calling for the latter, protesting change, wanting the rules to be different so that not changing can be the key to survival, but that is not how the game works. I punch few other people around me, cause I didn't really like how they looked at me when I broke your nose. Yes, I have lived in both a housing project and also in West Palm Beach with the sons and daughters of doctors, lawyers, and engineers. The ability to change and adapt is the single most important aspect of the game and determines who gets phased out by natural selection, before any other factor. Although I don't condone bullies or unnecessary violence of any kind. Or logical persuasion, or any of that? Men wrote legendary books about forgiveness and mercy.
Maybe this doc will get him on Oprah but in the real world he'd just get stomped. Summary In this highly anticipated update of the influential and widely acclaimed Tough Guise, pioneering anti-violence educator and cultural theorist Jackson Katz argues that the ongoing epidemic of men's violence in America is rooted in our inability as a society to move beyond outmoded ideals of manhood. Primarily, as society constructs a definition of masculinity, those who do not meet this definition are often labeled deviant using terms questioning their gender, sex, and sexual orientation. Watching Tough Guise 2 will be a breakthrough moment for many viewers since it stands as the liberation film for boys and men. It is a myth in our modern culture that humans are violent, no questiions asked, but im sorry you must question everything in order to find truth True, but genetics are a product of the environment. I don't understand why some people react so. Note Based on the work of Jackson Katz.
MistaGreen Sorry, no refund as it appears you weren't paying attention anyway. Also like the first film, Tough Guise 2 examines mass shootings, violence against women, homophobia, sexual violence, and redemptive violence to emphasize that violence is largely a taught behavior. It's up to you whether you want to be part of a culture that adapts and wants to have a place in the future, or one that is lethally trapped in narcissism and nostalgia and destined to fade away. Because this documentary turns a blind eye to the phenomenon of violence in general, and zeroes in on only that violence deemed unacceptable to a certain group, a group which feels violence is acceptable, every day, in order to reap benefits for themselves, this documentary is no more than a collection of ironic and hypocritical self-serving prejudices. I feel as though there would be a strong positive correlation between these two phenomenons, and that further publicity of this particular issue could possibly lead to greater political and humanitarian action. He knows better or ought to, as it's his business to know, but there's no money in the truth, I guess , but he doesn't care.