Caricaturizing Womankind

A video I filmed recently titled “Contradictory Thoughts About Womankind (+ additional thoughts on generalizations)”:

Just a light rebuttal to the weird and contradictory claims made about “most women.” If it’s true that people realize generalizations can take us only so far, then why are they tossed around willy-nilly in nearly every conversation that comes up relating to gender/sex? How does flinging around such assumptions add to these conversations and enhance one’s understanding of others? How does caricaturing entire human groups not render people blind? And why is there so little discussion on the roles cultures play in influencing people’s behaviors and attitudes through history on up to today?

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One Response to Caricaturizing Womankind

  1. Stream Angel says:

    Yes. Very true, very sharp & very funny.

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