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On Saturday, she led a group of locals on a tour of some of the restored butterfly habitat, looking every inch the insect collector in a sun hat and protective clothing, with a pair of binoculars slung around her neck. Half an hour into our foray, she pointed and raised her voice: A bunch of male butterflies were flitting around, competing for the attention of a female, who had already paired off with a mate.

I will have to take her word for it. As observant as I was trying to be, all I saw was buckwheat and dead sunflowers.

Still, I was glad to know there are male El Segundo blues out there competing for the ladies. At least they now have a fighting chance for survival. This butterfly, like so much other wildlife, is threatened in general by the intense urbanization of the coast, and in particular by a dearth of coastal buckwheat, its food source. The butterfly pollinates the buckwheat, which provides nectar for the butterfly, which provides a tasty meal for birds and lizards. Yes, the butterfly has a short but important life span of maybe a week.

For years, biologists were able to prevent the extinction of the El Segundo blue by nurturing and protecting them in three places along the coast: The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations FAO adopted a year strategic framework in November that includes the strategic objective of gender equity in access to resources, goods, services and decision-making in rural areas, and mainstreams gender equity in all FAO's programs for agriculture and rural development.

The Gender-related Development Index GDI , developed by the United Nations, aims to show the inequalities between men and women in the following areas: Gender is a topic of increasing concern within climate change policy and science.

Furthermore, the intersection of climate change and gender raises questions regarding the complex and intersecting power relations arising from it. These differences, however, are mostly not due to biological or physical differences, but are formed by the social, institutional and legal context.

Subsequently, vulnerability is less an intrinsic feature of women and girls but rather a product of their marginalization. This is reflected in the fact that discourses of and negotiations over climate change are mostly dominated by men.

Gender roles and stereotypes have slowly started to change in society within the past few decades. These changes occur mostly in communication, but more specifically during social interactions. Over the past few years, the use of social media globally has started to rise. Recent studies suggest that men and women value and use technology differently. They further showed that women's posts enjoyed higher popularity than men's post s. Social media is more than just the communication of words.

With social media increasing in popularity, pictures have become a large role in how many people communicate. According to recent research, gender plays a strong role in structuring our social lives, especially since society assigns and creates "male" and "female" categories.

Until then, gender will never truly be equal, which is a problem. Every individual also has the right to express their opinion, even though some might disagree, but it still gives each gender an equal amount of power to be heard. Young adults in the U. Teens are avid internet and social media users in the United States. Research has found that almost all U. According to a study conducted by the Kaiser Family Foundation, to year olds spend — on average — over one and a half hours a day using a computer and 27 minutes per day visiting social network sites, which accounts for more than one fourth of their daily computer use.

Teen girls and boys differ in what they post in their online profiles. Studies have shown that female users tend to post more "cute" pictures, while male participants were more likely to post pictures of them doing action activities.

Women in the U. The study also found that males would post more alcohol and sexual references. Women referred to sexual references significantly more than males.

Boys share more personal information, like their hometown and phone number. While girls are more conservative about the personal information they allow to go public on these social networking sites.

Boys, meanwhile, are more likely to orient towards technology, sports, and humor in the information they post to their profile. Social media goes beyond the role of helping individuals express themselves, as it has grown to help individuals create relationships, particularly romantic relationships. A large amount of social media users have found it easier to create relationships in a less direct approach, compared to the traditional approach of awkwardly asking for someone's number.

Social media plays a big role when it comes to communication between genders. Therefore, it's important to understand how gender stereotypes develop during online interactions. Research in the s suggested that different genders display certain traits such as being active, attractive, dependent, dominant, independent, sentimental, sexy, and submissive when it comes to online interaction. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

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Ironically, Man is the Subject, but objective; Woman is the Object, but subjective. Aristotle defines a Woman in terms of a certain lack of qualities and therefore as defe No Wonder Intrigue and Strife Abound "A Man never begins by representing himself as an individual of a certain sex; it goes without saying that he is a Man.

Aristotle defines a Woman in terms of a certain lack of qualities and therefore as defective. Woman is defined relative to Man. Man is not defined relative to Woman. Yet, both together constitute a pairing, a duality, "a totality of which the two components are necessary to one another. Yet, a certain level of subjection is present in all relationships. De Beauvoir argues that subjection would be incomprehensible, "if in fact human society were simply a Mitsein or fellowship based on solidarity and friendliness.

The Subject opposes the Object. It defines itself as the essential as opposed to the inessential. However, the other consciousness, the other ego, makes a reciprocal claim.

Each Subject is the Master and each Other is the Slave. Why is it that Women do not dispute Male sovereignty? No Subject will readily volunteer to become the Object, the inessential; it is not the Other who, in defining [itself] as the Other, establishes the One.

The Other is posed as such by the One in defining [itself] as the One. But if the Other is not to regain the status of being the One, [she] must be submissive enough to accept this alien point of view. Why does Man "stabilize" Woman as Object and doom her to be "overshadowed and forever transcended by another ego conscience which is essential and sovereign?

The drama of Woman lies in this conflict between the fundamental aspirations of every Subject ego — who always regards the Self as the essential — and the compulsions of a situation in which she is the inessential? Apr 30, Giss Golabetoon rated it it was amazing. Difference Feminism, and NOW i had to read this book, let's face it.

This woman started Feminism. View all 6 comments. Sep 08, Ameera H. This unfortunately was the short version of Simone de Beauvoir's 'The Second Sex' as I made a mistake when ordering because of the price , so this is only extracts from the full version which hopefully will read at another time. As a passionate supporter of feminism, equality and sexual liberation for women this was an interesting and for it's time controversial take on feminist philosophy and would suit anyone who doesn't have the time on their hands to read the longer edition, but I am a litt This unfortunately was the short version of Simone de Beauvoir's 'The Second Sex' as I made a mistake when ordering because of the price , so this is only extracts from the full version which hopefully will read at another time.

As a passionate supporter of feminism, equality and sexual liberation for women this was an interesting and for it's time controversial take on feminist philosophy and would suit anyone who doesn't have the time on their hands to read the longer edition, but I am a little frustrated as it clearly has nowhere near the depth that obviously the full version would have.

I am sure this book had a massive impact back in the late forties when first released, and opened the eyes of the repressed and those who felt chained to the kitchen sink.

View all 5 comments. May 21, Helynne rated it it was amazing. This extensive, scholarly study, written in by French existentialist novelist and feminist Simone de Beauvoir is a seminal text for 20th-century feminism. The lengthy study contains numerous chapters, beginning with the history of women in societies throughout the world. She notes that it was men who created values, mores, and religions.

Therefore, male prejudices rather than any inborn defects in women, have resulted in the debased position of females in society. Beauvoir is equally adamant about the need for women to rise above the traditionally inferior education with which men have limited their influence. Beauvoir also criticizes the fact that married women under French law were treated for centuries as minors; that is more as daughters of their husbands than as spouses. And here is a fact that I complain about to my French students all the time: American women did not receive the right to vote until , which is bad enough, but French women did not get to vote until coincidentally, the same year The Second Sex was published!

But lest I am giving the impression that Beauvoir is a man-hater, I hasten to add that she is not. She is simply urging equality of the sexes and the chance and desire for women everywhere to reach a higher potential and to function mentally, emotionally, and creatively on the same level that formerly has been reserved just for men. Also, although Beauvoir opted not to marry or have children in fact, she was one of the first women to request and receive a tubal ligation , she had a long live-in relationship with fellow existential writer Jean-Paul Sartre.

Theirs was a true meeting of the minds. There are many, many more interesting points Beauvoir makes about feminism as she urges women of her time and in the future to rise to their full intellectual and creative potential.

This is a fairly long and dense read, so plunge in, take it slowly, mark up the text, and take a billion notes. I plugged away gamely at the French version for a while, then relented and read the rest of the work in English with my French version nearby for highlighting and note-taking. It was well worth the time in both languages! The Second Sex is one of those dense old feminist classics I was embarrassed not to have read.

When I finally started it last month, it was almost impossible to put it down though I did take a break in order to read William Vollmann's new magnum opus.

Simone de Beauvoir theorizes, hypothesizes, and generalizes about every phase of a woman's life, from infancy to old age, and the events marking each phase, such as menarche, sexual initiation, childbirth, and menopause. While Nick's review makes The Second Sex is one of those dense old feminist classics I was embarrassed not to have read.

While Nick's review makes some very inarguable points about the over-generalizations and untestable hypotheses that are offered throughout the text, most of the ideas proffered are fascinating and recognizable to probably any woman who reads it. Bearing in mind that this book was published in and translated poorly, according to many scholars into English in , it's worth noting that gender relations in Western society have advanced tremendously since this time; however, there remains enough insidious and institutionalized sexism for de Beauvoir's theories to still be relevant.

View all 3 comments. Jan 27, Nancy Monson rated it it was amazing. Should be distributed in 7th grade to all females. It is the handbook we were looking for. Oct 13, Vikas Lather rated it it was amazing Shelves: Beauvoir is one of those handful writers, worth a name. Simone's narrative quality is so much powerful, I've never experienced before. A must read for third world. I will be revisiting this book very soon.

Dec 31, Soycd rated it it was amazing Shelves: Beauvoir analyses the historical, biological and socio-economic conditions that have led females to become the second sex and tries to define a path for them to overcome that disadvantages and fulfill their destiny. One of the best passages was the chapter where Beauvoir depicted the circumstances that led woman to be left behind in art: Men we call great are those who—in one way or another—take the weight of the world on their shoulders; they have done more or less well, they have succeeded in re-creating it or they have failed; but they took on this enormous burden in the first place.

This is what no woman has ever done, what no woman has ever been able to do. Until now it has only been possible for Man to be incarnated in the man, not the woman. Moreover, individuals who appear exceptional to us, the ones we honor with the name of genius, are those who tried to work out the fate of all humanity in their particular lives. No woman has thought herself authorized to do that. How could van Gogh have been born woman? Every woman should read this.

How could the Cinderella myth not retain its validity? I am not a true woman. The book is not only about feminism, is a long essay about woman How could the Cinderella myth not retain its validity? The book is not only about feminism, is a long essay about woman and its history. In its pages Beauvoir tries to answer the question of how women became subjugated to man, how she is not considered an autonomous being, how women are not equals to man and exactly where the difference between them lay.

She tackles these questions from a biological, mythological and social point of view, amongst others. It was truly interesting to see how through the years this views have change and how only it was in the last century that women have truly began to stand up for themselves and try to end with the crushing patriarchy. This book is consired the bible of feminists and with good reasons; every woman should read it, and then, men too.

View all 21 comments. Siento que llevo leyendo este libro toda una vida. La sociedad que nos es descrita resuena lejana y familiar al mismo tiempo. Simone no juzga, expone. Puedes estar o no de acuerdo, pero no puedes escapa Siento que llevo leyendo este libro toda una vida. Puedes estar o no de acuerdo, pero no puedes escapar de ella: May 24, Poet Gentleness rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: All women and men.

Why I never manage to find the right edition of the book I'm reading on Goodreads baffles me. Twice I've read Beauvoir in French. Mine is an old treasured edition, which I didn't find listed here. So, I set to read it again in English. It would be quite weird to write the review in English and quote Beauvoir in French Alors, on y va! Humanity is not an animal species, it is a historical reality. Human society is an antiphysis — in a sense it is against nature; it does not passively submit to t Why I never manage to find the right edition of the book I'm reading on Goodreads baffles me.

Human society is an antiphysis — in a sense it is against nature; it does not passively submit to the presence of nature but rather takes over the control of nature on its own behalf. This review was due for a few weeks because I have a passion and a non-orthodox view of Beauvoir's ideas. Or maybe I have a full comprehension of her ideas and that still surprises me. I'm always wondering and wool-gathering about philosophical concepts. Raised in a very traditional Portuguese and Italian family, the first time I claimed I loved Beauvoir's works, there was an uproar in my house.

So, why was all that commotion about? Beauvoir was one of those who threw their bras in the bonfires and was not feminine; had weird relationships, was an atheist, talked about coitus and penis, so on and so forth Being young then, I just shrugged inward and as a good girl let the oldest and wisest lecture me, but with a strike of defiance already blazing in my veins, I hummed a litany in my mind: Your words are not compatible with your behaviours and for sure I'll not be submissive to anyone.

I don't particularly like this quote, but as we are not talking about domestic violence here, this is a truth that cannot be denied: It must be admitted that the males find in woman more complicity than the oppressor usually finds in the oppressed.

Even more surprising to me was that all the women in my family truly believed that, to be feminine and agreeable , they had to be submissive to their husbands' whims, even though they had their own professions, jobs, opinions and wealth.

Their existences were strictly linked to their husbands and children, and that was a powerful leash they would not release. Their family came first. Their husbands were the head of the family, the chiefs, the ones who gave the last word. And they, the women, the wives, the mothers, were the keeper of the key to that golden cage, which they secretly entrusted in their souls.

Well, that was in the 80's; but I can fairly say that nowadays there are many that still live in that caveman style. And, to my chagrin, I have been seeing a backward movement, done by a few more people - or by a lot more? Will this dreadful movement spread? That is why I choose to re-read 'The Second Sex' a third time and I'll will probably revisit it in a decade or so. IMHO, her most famous quote: One is not born, but rather, becomes a woman.

So, I can say myself that: Men are not only born men, but raised as one, confirming themselves as Tarzans. Also, what she wants to emphasise with the quote above is that us, society, have to learn to see oneself as ONE first, to then appreciate the other ONE, with all their oddities and similarities and therefore choose, or not.

For me, it's exactly in this point where resides the power of Beauvoir's work: The duality of weakness and strength varies in each and every one of us, human beings, creating a beautiful diversity that allows us to choose, match and collaborate to fulfil whatever another ONE is in need, and as a team, walk together in the path of life.

I am a woman; I don't have the same strength as another man of my size and age has, but I have other capacities that equal or maybe even excel his; And then no man can gestate, give birth or feed an infant, and that doesn't diminishes my rights - or his rights - as a human being - much on the opposite, I have different rights because of my womanly differences. But if I had been born a man, stronger, quicker and taller and could not find a woman that would stand by me, to join forces with me, what would I be?

A nothingness, a waste , because One doesn't exist without the Look of another One. Women were, are and, will always be alike to men, Others too, which populated this world, because To decline to accept such notions as the eternal feminine, the black soul, the Jewish character, is not to deny that Jews, Negroes, women exist today — this denial does not represent a liberation for those concerned, but rather a flight from reality.

In a splendid and easy analysis - sometimes even in an odd hilarious way, as Beauvoir quotes absurdities stated by great philosophers, zoologists and others scientists, concerning ovules, spermatozoids and copulation - she wanders through and plunges deep in biology, physiology, psychoanalysis, history and politics, to question, and question again why is such the inferior position of women in society.

She doesn't pretend to have all the answers, although she is quite opinionated. What she wants and does magnificently is to point and destroy so many stereotypes that had been firmly entrusted in the feminine and masculine beliefs and behaviours, showing how far those concepts drove women and men apart, when the road should have united them. I particularly like this passage: All these dissertations [about psychophysiological parallelism and existence of a natural hierarchy] which mingle a vague naturalism with a still more vague ethics or aesthetics are pure verbiage.

It is only in a human perspective that we can compare the female and the male of the human species. But man is defined as a being who is not fixed, who makes himself what he is.

As Merleau-Ponty very justly puts it, man is not a natural species: Woman is not a completed reality, but rather a becoming, and it is in her becoming that she should be compared with man; that is to say, her possibilities should be defined. What gives rise to much of the debate is the tendency to reduce her to what she has been, to what she is today, in raising the question of her capabilities; for the fact is that capabilities are clearly manifested only when they have been realised — but the fact is also that when we have to do with a being whose nature is transcendent action, we can never close the books.

Furthermore, it's baffling the easiness with which Beauvoir dismantles and pushes away psychoanalysis notions especially Freud's and Adler's - not disregarding their scientific contributions and insights - of the penis as a symbol of power and dominance, by simply demonstrating that Freud and Adler were not only males, partial judges not entirely cognisant of the feminine psyche, but also lacking in never having used the feminine libido as a starting point, always having as their initial assumption the masculine libido.

Besides, it doesn't escapes her Freud's confessed ignorance of the origin of male supremacy. In addition, there was an already artificial stablished situation; economical and social structure, that connected individuals of identical conditions of society, therefore setting a predeterminate behaviour, which could only be viewed and understood on its historical circumstances. Analysing their theories - and others - in reference to their time and, reinforcing that psychoanalysis dealt with the concept of the 'collective unconscious' and that it sees the drama of the individual unfolding within oneself, which thus removes the possibility of freedom, of choice, Beauvoir refutes their concepts as the psycho drama often and only happens because of the relationships, that are only possible when One is in contact with the other Ones around oneself and the world; In the materialism chapter, or rather on her analysis of government politics, she confronts Engels, Marx, socialism, totalitarian and authoritative regimens, revealing their tricks to revive with force the paternalistic notions and the subaltern position of women in their society.

One by one, she rips away the veils, and unclothed, none are able to explain or justify their means, such is their simplicity of thought. As she had done with psychoanalysis, she bares all the theses from their false premises, which turned technology and sexuality in reasons to make women the other, the subject.

In her hands, they are just mysterious abstractions, unless they are fully integrated with the individual and Its position in society. No technology, no sexuality are valuable to define or justify the existence of women as an object of subjugation, a slave to men's domination.

The main point here is: That is what I unconsciously meant when I reviewed a book about gender gap a few months ago. We are not genders; We are not religions; We are not colours. We are all different human beings, living in the same space and we should respect the One as the other One should respect us.

And to complete the though, if the One doesn't show us Its respect, be One a man or a woman, we don't need to resort to unbounded violence or indignant, criminal behaviours to be heard or seen. Many successful revolutions were made in peace and with calm, well-spoken words. This and much more make this work of art so special and such a must read. It was brilliantly written by a woman, who succeeded by her own merits, and stood her ground not being a subject, but as One, seeing herself not only as a woman, but as a conscious being, deserving respect of society, her pair, and her peers.

It's a landmark, that states that if we, as society, don't respect ourselves there will never be true respect neither for men, nor for women, because one is the half of the other. There is no value in the subdued look of a defeated or crushed other; There is no real complicity between a couple when one is controlled by power, force or fear of the controller.

There is no authenticity in a subjugated behaviour of an oppressed; And there is no dignity to an unfair conquerer; a liar tyrant or an aggressive dominator. If we, as society, become more conscious of our differences, we will understand that we are all Ones and at the same time Others. Her conclusion , which I'll not spoil because it should be read, re-read and read again, it's fabulous and astonishing, because even though this text was written in , it still applies to too many situations women still find themselves in the so-called contemporary and enlightened societies.

It goes without saying that in some places of this round world some women have not even reached the first stage of knowledge or freedom of thinking of such subjects.

As I don't pretend to have or propose answers to such a difficult subject that have been discussed for others much more capable than myself, I end this review bowing to Beauvoir's wiseness - and why not say, dream - hoping it will become true - and soon, and make hers my words: If anyone knows a better translation, please correct me.

View all 15 comments. En Europa creemos tener igualdad entre hombres y mujeres y tan solo es un espejismo en muchos casos. Para empezar creo que es necesario comprender los dos conceptos fundamentales del feminismo de Simone. Alteridad , que la rae define como: La mujer no nace, la mujer se hace. Que existe una necesidad de que la desigualdad entre hombres y mujeres se limite u elimine para que la mujer pueda desarrollarse como ser humano en plenitud y disponer de libertad e independencia.

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