The role of a masculine man in today’s society is in radical flux, an issue that psychology professor Christopher Kilmartin (University of Mary Washington) explores in the classroom and on stage. He toured, performing a one-man show called “Crimes Against Nature,” getting audiences to think about masculine identity in an engaging and playful manner.
Also in flux is the answer to the question of “what constitutes a marriage?” Roger Lancaster (George Mason University) says that the concept of marriage in civilizations across history is so fluid that many anthropologists sidestep the word altogether.
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