male gaze

A group of students defended the professor, writing that she was "noting the importance of professionalism."
A Twitter challenge that puts the male gaze in reverse has become delightfully feminist.
The magazine that monetized the male gaze for 50-plus years now wants to have it both ways.
Writers are wrong to assume the male gaze affords privileges to "pretty" women.
Women learn about sex through the eyes of the world around them. They learn to see themselves through the desires of men and popular culture. Women grow up watching the story of sexuality being retold again and again through the eyes of the outsider instead of through their own bodies.
On Tuesday night, President Bill Clinton took the stage at the Democratic National Convention to break new ground. He endorsed
It's probably not the fact that you're looking at her, but *how* you're looking at her, that offends. Maybe your body language
Hello...The only word spoken in a five-stage immersion into the inner world of Brian Tennessee Claflin echoes through The Five Senses at SomoS.
Or, why art history needs more women painters and nude dudes.
I am a pretty happy individual, but I am fatigued when facing the reality that although I am comfortable with myself, my womanhood will always be defined in relation to men.
A website dedicated to asking men's opinions deemed this "trending news."
"I don’t think that I’ve seen a big screen movie that focuses on female pleasure…ever."
While is it common knowledge that dogs, in particular male dogs, urine scent mark their territories, human males often mark their territories in other forms more noxious and poisonous than urine.
Hollywood has long been an overwhelmingly male-dominated industry. That means that to a large extent, movies have been made
The show is a refreshing change of pace from a television landscape predominantly focused on sexually objectified women. In fact, this ostensibly silly reality TV show can be seen as a key player in a larger cultural movement to embrace a powerful, infrequently represented concept: the female gaze.
Instead of naturally objectifying ourselves because it's expected, let's actively work on encouraging contributions, insights, ideas and voices.