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One post of three parts. So, create only one post and include a Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3. Part 1) Video: MicroLecture: Bullying, Masculinuty and

One post of three parts. So, create only one post and include a Part 1,
Part 2, and Part 3.

Part 1) Video: MicroLecture: Bullying, Masculinuty and the Spectre of Fag – CJ
Pascoe, current professor at University of Oregon. Dr. Pascoe wrote a very popular
book, “Dude, You’re a Fag” and this brief talk covers some of the main ideas. (about six
minutes)

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State one key point from the interview- a couple of sentences is fine.

Consider WHY boys want other boys to be masculine…or feel the need to taunt them if
they do not meet their expectations of masculinity.

Part 2) View: Video: TEDxWomen talk- iO Tillett Wright: Fifty Shades of Gay (about 18
min.)

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State one key point from the TED talk- – a couple of sentences is fine.

*Then, in one or two sentences, share what you think about the overlap between
these two topics/videos (i.e. what do they have in common?) There is quite a bit
of overlap but you can choose one, and mention that one.

Part 3)

Beauty and the Beast Theme Song

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The Little Mermaid- Kiss the girl

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Aladdin- A Whole New World

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After watching the 3 Disney Youtube videos, choose at least one (of a,b,and c) of the
following to discuss briefly, and then answer the last question, d:

a. What messages do these videos send children about heterosexuality?

b. What do children learn about gender roles from watching these videos?

c. In fairy tales, women are often either saintly virgins or evil demons. Why do you think
that these children’s stories present such a dichotomy of young girls?

d. (All answer this one) Those three movies came out from 1989 to 1992. What
changes in depictions of gender and sexuality have you seen in more recent Disney
movies? If you do not watch Disney movies, have you heard discussions about this that
you can share?

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