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When Your (Brown) Body is a (White) Wonderland

Assigned: Life with Gender is a new anthology featuring blog posts by a wide range of sociologists writing at The Society Pages and elsewhere. To celebrate, we’re re-posting four of the essays as this month’s “flashback Fridays.” Enjoy! And to learn more about this anthology, a companion to Wade and Ferree’s Gender: Ideas, Interactions, Institutions, please […]

Is the “Mrs. Degree” Dead?

Assigned: Life with Gender is a new anthology featuring blog posts by a wide range of sociologists writing at The Society Pages and elsewhere. To celebrate, we’re re-posting four of the essays as this month’s “flashback Fridays.” Enjoy! And to learn more about this anthology, a companion to Wade and Ferree’s Gender: Ideas, Interactions, Institutions, please […]

The Simple Way To Teach Kids About Body Diversity And Positivity

With so many negative messages about physical appearance in society today, it can be hard to instill in kids a positive attitude toward body image, diversity and acceptance. But an Australian Facebook page hit the nail on the head......Show More Summary

Compulsory Monogamy in The Hunger Games

Assigned: Life with Gender is a new anthology featuring blog posts by a wide range of sociologists writing at The Society Pages and elsewhere. To celebrate, we’re re-posting four of the essays as this month’s “flashback Fridays.” Enjoy! And to learn more about this anthology, a companion to Wade and Ferree’s Gender: Ideas, Interactions, Institutions, please […]

Misunderestimating the AMA

By BRADLEY FLANSBAUM, MD CMS just released their proposed MACRA regs (Cliff Notes version), and as you could expect, every specialty society and interested party dug in and critiqued.  The rule runs a thousand pages and will have a substantial effect on the future of provider payment.  In case, you have not heard. Each organization

“Tits”

Assigned: Life with Gender is a new anthology featuring blog posts by a wide range of sociologists writing at The Society Pages and elsewhere. To celebrate, we’re re-posting four of the essays as this month’s “flashback Fridays.” Enjoy! And to learn more about this anthology, a companion to Wade and Ferree’s Gender: Ideas, Interactions, Institutions, please […]

Secret Hero Society is Batman for the Diary of a Wimpy Kid crowd

last monthHumor / odd : Boing Boing

See sample pages from this book at Wink. Secret Hero Society: Study Hall of Justice is Batman for the Diary of a Wimpy Kid crowd. Ostensibly a graphic novel, Study Hall of Justice adds to the format with pages drawn like diary entries, or web chats between the heroes. Show More Summary

Three Takeaways From the Hometeam CEO On How to Reach Millennials

I attended the recent Arthur W. Page Society conference, titled “Born Digital,” which focused on marketing to Millennials, hoping to learn something beyond the well-known facts and figures on this demographic group. I wasn’t disappointed. While there were plenty of data points, it was the lab sessions which provided the greatest [...]

The 'girl reporter' who exposed terrors of immigration

The girl reporter. Every newspaper in 1921 had at least one, and 25-year-old Genevieve Forbes didn't want to be one. The girl reporters wrote the society pages. They provided fashion tips and curated recipe ideas. Forbes wanted more compelling stories to cover. And if her Tribune editors were going...

A-OK-Cupid

Between the increased screen-time, decreased personal contact, and evaluating strangers through profile pages, is online dating bad for society? Rest assured, everyone; these ideas are founded on exaggerated fictional fears rather than actual facts, as described by a Washington Post article with help from Stanford sociologist Michael Rosenfeld. Show More Summary

LGBT People Have Told Their Stories in the Gender and Sexuality Section

And you can too. Read their thoughts and ideas here. Join the conversation on our Facebook Page. Submit your own articles. Together, we are raising the bar as to what society looks like. The post LGBT People Have Told Their Stories in the Gender and Sexuality Section appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Momma and puppies have an emotional animal shelter reunion

The Martin Human Society recently held an adorable reunion between a mother dog and her four puppies that will leave you gushing. According to the animal shelter's Facebook page,  after taking in two frightened dogs on March 6, 2016,...Show More Summary

The Story of the Military Child: Why society is getting it wrong and how it's hurting military kids

Today, my daughter pulled out a journal made for military kids developed by an organization that serves them. It was labeled, "My Life: A Kids' Journal." Twenty-two pages of the 44 page journal was devoted to deployment and a parent being away. Show More Summary

How Abolitionists Taught Their Children About Slavery

Rebecca Onion highlights some pages from Lewis Tappan’s anti-slavery children’s magazine that he ran in the late 1830s. Because the American Anti-Slavery Society favored complete and immediate emancipation, writes historian Christopher D. Show More Summary

Bigotry in Char-O's op-ed pages

4 months agoUS Politics / Liberal : BlueNC

Stirring the prejudicial pot: Argument four is the most troubling. Our society is increasingly moving from common sense accommodation of differences to a push for radical acceptance and approval of lifestyles that the vast majority of...Show More Summary

‘Legends of Tomorrow’ — DC Comics Teased Easter Egg Props Tied To Justice Society Of America Heroes

Some nice Instagram teases by DC Comics and captioned with the Legends of Tomorrow TV show nomenclature were put forth on their social media page recently, according to Collider. Now, these Easter egg teases may or may not be an indicator of the characters to be appearing on the show. Show More Summary

How An 1830s Children's Magazine Taught Hard Truths About Slavery

From 1836 to 1839, the American Anti-Slavery Society published The Slave's Friend, a juvenile periodical edited by abolitionist Lewis Tappan. Each issue, specially sized to fit small hands, was sixteen pages in length, and featured a mix of stories, news items, and poems meant to gently, but firmly, tell white children about the evils of slavery. Show More Summary

Watch Pages of Death, the long-lost anti-porn public information film

4 months agoHumor / odd : Boing Boing

Oregon Historical Society has posted Pages of Death, a "long-lost" anti-pornography movie in similar vein to the legendary Reefer Madness: "These kids can pick up girly magazines and sex-violence stuff all over town!" It was released in 1962, much later than most of those propaganda exploitation flicks. Show More Summary

Drawn in Stereo captures the art of noise

4 months agoHumor / odd : Boing Boing

See sample pages from this book at Wink. In my other life as a board member of The Rock Poster Society, the phrase “rock art” just about always equals “rock posters.” For Michael Gillette, though, whose beautiful Drawn in Stereo was published last fall by AMMO Books, rock art encompasses a whole lot more than concert advertisements. Show More Summary

Controversial breastfeeding meme is either cute or end of society, depending who you ask.

4 months agoHumor / odd : Happy Place

Breastfeeding Mama Talk is a popular Facebook page devoted to, you guessed it, moms talking about breastfeeding. It's a mix of informative articles and goofy memes. The posts are all largely positive and the comments supportive, despite how controversial and divisive breastfeeding frequently is on the Internet. Show More Summary

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