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So too with female progress, it appears. How does that kind of "dirty" care get compassionately and fairly divided? It looks as though the dirty little secret of the last 30 years is that the job market played women off against men to depress pay. If men are simply lusty doofuses, we can write them off or manipulate them but never deal with the more difficult task of treating them as human beings or holding them accountable, for that matter. Whatever's being asked of them at the moment. Dirt, Sex, Envy, Vulnerability , and Ms. Welcome to the new femininity -- at least under the old femininity, you got taken to dinner.
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The female thing : dirt, sex, envy, vulnerability
After all, there are ways to organize society and sexuality that don't create false choices--once again, it depends how you decide to tell the story. It starts to look as though new stereotypes are being invented to replace old stereotypes. In one exchange, two concise lines, was everything there is to say about enmity between the sexes at this moment in history. The dinner-party anecdote was meant to illustrate what seems to be Ms. OCD might also come into play. Kipnis, controversial author of Against Love:
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Who wants some fleshy old appendage swinging between her legs? Underlying the failure of feminism to achieve full equality for women, Kipnis says, is women's own ambivalence: Some of Kipnis's avenues of inquiry are well trod—Katha Pollitt, for example, has deconstructed the "opt-out revolution," whose foot soldiers are Ivy League—credentialed moms who trade high-powered careers for full-time motherhood, and Naomi Wolf long ago tackled the cosmetics industry. The female psyche and consumer culture: I thought her analysis of anti-porn feminists and the issue of rape to be way off, both for the same reason.
As the famous 80's Virgina Slims slogan said "Baby, you've come a long way! Which makes relations between the sexes rather thorny at the moment, and Kipnis serves up the gory details of the mutual displeasure between men and women in painfully hilarious detail. In the "Dirt" section of the book, Kipnis writes: Included were several amusing anecdotes about how women rail against their MANFOLK love that word, sorry refusing to clean or simply doing a terrible half hearted job when they succomb to nagging. But then we get to the two stories.