The Second Sexism

@article{Benatar2003TheSS,
  title={The Second Sexism},
  author={David Benatar},
  journal={Social Theory and Practice},
  year={2003},
  volume={29},
  pages={177-210}
}
  • D. Benatar
  • Published 1 May 2003
  • Psychology
  • Social Theory and Practice
ID societies in which sex discrimination has been recognized to be wrong, the assault on this form of discrimination has targeted those attitudes and practices that (directly) disadvantage women and girls. At the most, there has been only scant attention to those manifestations of sex discrimination of which the primary victims are men and boys. What little recogiiition there has been of discrimination against males has very rarely resulted in amelioration. For these reasons, we might refer to… 

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