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"michael kimmel" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

03:57 min | 4 months ago

"michael kimmel" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Juror and one side is doing a great job and the other side's doing a terrible job. On the issue at hand as an impartial germ. I'm going to vote for the side that did the good. Joe Cassidy was notable among the six Republicans who joined Democrats in voting to move forward. He was the only Republican to switch sides after voting last month to block the trial on constitutional grounds. Democrats need 17 Republicans to convict Trump. Royal Snyder, NPR News and NPR analysis of the more than 200 Capital. Riot cases pending so far has turned up current and former military extremists and hardcore Trump supporters. NPR's Dina Temple Raston reports that nearly all of them have one thing in common. While the group is large is the one that stormed the capital defies generalization. An NPR analysis of the records collected on the more than 200 people charged so far has found some common threats. For example, more than 86% of the people who were charged. Are men, almost 15% or either current or former military and about 17% haven't avowed connection to an extremist group. Michael Kimmel wrote a book about what drives angry white men to violence. They grew up believing that if they worked hard paid their taxes were good guys that they would be able to live the lives that their grandfathers lived. Kimmel says that when that doesn't happen, a kind of aggrieved entitlement takes hold and that can lead to violence. Dina Temple Raston. NPR news. The Biden administration will soon begin direct allocations of covert 19 vaccines to federally funded community health centers. Story from NPR's Ping Guan. Covert 19 Vaccines are not given out of hospitals, mass vaccination sites pharmacies next week, the government is launching a program to get vaccines to community health centers. Marcella Nunez Smith TERROR. Biden's Cove in 19 Equity Task Force says the new effort will help bring vaccines to populations that are hard to reach. So this includes people who are experiencing homelessness. Agricultural and migrant workers, residents of public housing and those with limited English proficiency. The initial phase will push vaccines out to 250 community health centers that sort of large populations of racial and ethnic minorities. Community health centers around the country. Serve around 30. Million people. Ping Wang NPR news And pre market trading. U. S futures are higher. This is NPR news. You and experts say that North Korea has modernized its nuclear weapons and ballistic missiles. Through financing obtained through cyber attacks. In a report to the Security Council, the panel says the North is flaunting U. N sanctions and using cyberattacks to help finance its arsenal and seek technology from overseas. The panel suspects that hackers backed by North Korea have stolen more than $300 million in virtual assets over the past two years. And more has experienced its worst violence since the military seized power last week. Police clashed with protesters in several cities on Tuesday as Michael Sullivan reports from neighboring Thailand. At least four people were injured in the capital Nippy dog, including one woman in critical condition with a gunshot wound to the head. The other three are being treated for wounds from rubber bullets. Police used to disperse the crowd. Water. Cannon was also used against protesters in nip it off and in Myanmar's second largest city, Mandalay, with dozens arrested. Military run television said Several police officers were also injured. The protesters are demanding a return to democratic rule and the release of the democratically elected governments leader Aung Sung Souci. Police on Tuesday also raided the Yangon headquarters of her National League for Democracy shortly after dark. For NPR News. I'm Michael Sullivan in Chiang Rai on stock markets in the Asia shares are mostly higher lower in Tokyo. In pre market trading. U. S futures are higher after.

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"michael kimmel" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

06:07 min | 4 months ago

"michael kimmel" Discussed on KCRW

"NPR news. I'm Jack Spear, Lead House Impeachment manager, Democrat Jamie Raskin grew emotional as he concluded the first round of arguments and former President Donald Trump's second impeachment trial. He reflected on the damage done when a mob stormed the U. S. Capitol. Have sort of a heart attack. Officer lost three fingers that day. Two officers have taken their own lives. Senators. This cannot Be our future. Trump's defense lawyer, Bruce Castor, meanwhile, condemned the loss of life that day, but defended the rights of free political speech. I don't believe that the former president expects anybody. Walked back any of the language. If that's how they feel about the way things transpired over the last couple of years in this country, they should be allowed to say that and I will go to court and defend them if anything happens to them. As a result, the Senate voted the trial is constitutional testimony will continue this week. At NPR analysis of the more than 200 Capital Ride cases the Justice Department has brought thus far has turned up current and former military officers, extremists and hard core Trump supporters. One thing they had in common. They were all men. Dina Temple Raston of NPR's investigations team has more While the group is large is the one that storm the capital defies generalization and NPR analysis of the records collected on the more than 200 people charged so far has found some common threats. For example, more than 86% of the people who were charged. Are men, almost 15% or either current or former military and about 17% haven't avowed connection to an extremist group. Michael Kimmel wrote a book about what drives angry white men to violence. They grew up believing that if they worked hard paid their taxes were good guys that they would be able to live the lives that their grandfathers lived. Kimmel says that when that doesn't happen, a kind of aggrieved entitlement takes hold and that can lead to violence. Dina TEMPLE Reston. NPR News President Joe Biden's choice to head the Office of Management and Budget says while the U. S needs to keep a close eye on inflationary pressures, the Federal Reserve has the tools to deal with inflation and interest rates. You're a Tandon. President binds choice to be budget director asked by lawmakers about concerns proposed $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief measure might touch off inflation and then saying the aid package is vital, providing help for families suffering as a result of the pandemic. U. S employers reined in their hiring in December, especially industries hard hit by the Corona virus pandemic like restaurants and hotels. Labor Department reporting today its monthly job openings and labor turnover survey otherwise known his jolts. Showed the number of jobs rose, but just slightly mixed close on Wall Street. The Dow was down nine points. The NASDAQ closed up 20 points today. You're listening to NPR. And on a Tuesday, February 9th is his KCRW. I'm Larry Perella. Very good afternoon to you. Here's the tapping at 704 Has Donald Trump Second impeachment trial moves ahead in the U. S. Senate, A large majority of Californians would like to see the former president, convicted and barred from ever holding public office again. But a new poll shows the California Republicans are largely sticking with Trump despite the deadly right at the U. S. Capitol more now from KCRW's Gerald Saxman, fewer than 20% of California Republicans say the former president is to blame for the insurrection at the Capitol. And this new poll from the UC Berkeley Institute of Governmental Studies says two thirds of state Republicans would support Trump if he decided to run for another term. But California, where Democrats far outnumber Republicans is generally sour on Trump Two thirds of state voters see Trump has a major factor in last month's violence. In Washington, D C. Voters also cited social media, political polarization and disinformation about the presidential election as factors in the insurrection. More than 90% of state. Democrats say Trump should be convicted in the Senate and disqualified from holding public office and this KCRW's Gerald SATs been reporting. If you want students back in class, stay home this holiday weekend. That's what public health officials are saying that the upcoming Lunar New Year Valentine's Day in President's Day celebrations could set the county back in the fight against covert 19. County public health director Barbara Ferrer said today We are just weeks away from reducing transmission to a level where elementary schools will be able to offer in class instruction comes as Ellie's winter viral surge claims the lives of another 227 Angelenos today and his case numbers and hospitalizations have dipped below 4000. Parents and coaches are ramping up pressure on California leaders to loosen restrictions on youth sports, Citing concerns over physical and mental health. Some parents also worry they're teenagers could be losing out on scholarship opportunities. Team sports have been suspended since the onset of the pandemic and at least one unsanctioned basketball tournament near Sacramento late last year led to more than 90 confirmed coronavirus cases. Governor Newsome says it's something his office has been reevaluating. We've been negotiating the details of that. Real progress is being made. But the governor says youth sports is part of a larger conversation on reopening schools. He plans to release a deal with state lawmakers on schools later this week. Former California Democratic governor Gray Davis, who was recalled in 2003 and replaced by Republican Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger says Don't compare what happened to him with the current effort to oust Governor Newsome. It is totally different, too quick reasons. First of all, President Bush was not for me. President Biden is totally behind Gavin and was instrumental in getting us to Super sites Open Oakland and Cal State Elaine. I assume there's more to come He's referring to the mass covert 19 vaccination sites announced last week. Davis says the recall effort is also different in that the number of California voters identifying as Republican have dropped to just 26% today. And Capt. Radios. Politics reporter Nicole Nixon says Newsome is still popular among Democratic voters..

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"michael kimmel" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

04:58 min | 4 months ago

"michael kimmel" Discussed on KPCC

"Even as his character descends into madness. We talked to him about Paul politics and the presidency, and then we turn our attention to the Grammys. The duo Black Violin has been nominated for best contemporary instrumental album. We talk to them about the honor and about what contemporary instrumental Music is today, and you can join the conversation. Comment on our Facebook page or tweet us at one egg. Live from NPR news. I'm Jack Spear. Lead House impeachment manager Democrat Jamie Raskin grew emotional as he concluded the first round of arguments and former President Donald Trump's second impeachment trial. He reflected on the damage done when a mob stormed the U. S. Capitol. Have sort of a heart attack. Officer lost three fingers that day. Two officers have taken their own lives. Senators. This cannot They are future. Trump's defense lawyer, Bruce Castor, meanwhile, condemned the loss of life that day, but defended the rights of free political speech. I don't believe that the former president expects anybody. Walk back any of the language. If that's how they feel about the way things transpired over the last couple of years in this country, they should be allowed to say that and I will go to court and defend them if anything happens to them. As a result, the Senate voted the trial is constitutional testimony will continue this week. At NPR analysis of the more than 200 Capital Ride cases the Justice Department has brought thus far is turned up current and former military officers, extremists and hard core Trump supporters. One thing they had in common. They were all men. Dina Temple Raston. NPR's investigations team has more While the group is large is the one that's during the capital defies generalization and NPR analysis of the records collected on the more than 200 people charged so far has found some common threats. For example, more than 86% of the people who were charged. Are men, almost 15% or either current or former military and about 17% haven't avowed connection to an extremist group. Michael Kimmel wrote a book about what drives angry white men to violence. They grew up believing that if they worked hard paid their taxes were good guys that they would be able to live the lives that their grandfathers lived. Kimmel says that when that doesn't happen, a kind of aggrieved entitlement takes hold and that can lead to violence. Dina TEMPLE Reston. NPR News President Joe Biden's choice to head the Office of Management and Budget says while the U. S needs to keep a close eye on inflationary pressures, the Federal Reserve has the tools to deal with inflation and interest rates. You're a Tandon. President binds choice to be budget director Asked by lawmakers about concerns proposed $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief measure might touch off inflation and then saying the aid package is vital, providing help for families suffering as a result of the pandemic. US employers reined in their hiring in December, especially industries hard hit by the Corona virus pandemic, like restaurants and hotels. Every department reporting today its monthly job openings and labor turnover survey otherwise known his jolts showed the number of jobs rose, but just slightly. Mixed close on Wall Street, The Dow was down nine points. The NASDAQ closed up 20 points. Today. You're listening to NPR and from KPCC News on Nick Roman, with stories were covering at 704. The city of San Francisco sued the city school district last week to force it to bring kids back into classrooms. L a City Councilman Joe Bousquet know wants Los Angeles to follow San Francisco's lead. And Sue L, a unifying to get schools open during the pandemic, But KPCC is Caroline chaplain says the city attorney is not on board. During today's meeting, Council member Jo Buu Scardino introduced a motion asking the city attorney to report on possible legal options to take against L. A USD boost. Guaino wants to sue the district. I'm not going to stop fighting on behalf of our struggling students until we reopen our schools here in Los Angeles l. A. USD strongly lashed out last week after Busta, you know, first proposed the lawsuit and, according to his spokesperson, City attorney Mike Fewer, doesn't want to sue. In statements released today. Fewer whose father was a public school teacher, said he understands the urgency of getting kids back in schools, but called a lawsuit to adversarial. At this point, l. A county is still above the state coronavirus case, rightto legally reopened public schools except for some specialized services. I'm Caroline Champlin. Today's coronavirus numbers, the our rate. That's how many people someone with covert 19 will, in fact, If the numbers below one. It means cases they're going down Riverside County BR Rate 10.76 L A and San Bernadino counties 0.73 Orange County, and this is important 0.69,.

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"michael kimmel" Discussed on You're Wrong About...

You're Wrong About...

04:48 min | 5 months ago

"michael kimmel" Discussed on You're Wrong About...

"They they mentioned that some kids would really benefit from sort of single sex environment but also other kids really wouldn't and we don't have great ways of separating those kids and some kids would benefit her waldorf school and some goods would benefit. Yeah playing a lot of hockey and some kids would benefit from playing no sports anchors. Kids are different exactly so anyway. I mean i have no interest in lake trying to change the fact that they're single sex schools but essentially as a legal argument. We must protect the right of boys to go to same sex schools. It just doesn't really hold water legally especially considering it's a publicly funded school and there aren't any women's only military institutions. A lot of it comes down to the fact that if there was a citadel for women she would just go to that and it wouldn't really be discrimination right and so they're they're creating a situation where for the state of south carolina to then have to start a horrible women's military academy exactly so the third and final and kind of hilarious. Assist argument for defending citadel is allowing women will destroy the citadel. Why ever will into that. This is for michael kimmel article. One of the citadel's expert witnesses matter general josiah bunting. The third suggested that women would be a toxic kind of virus that would destroy the citadel thanks adolescent males benefit from being able to focus exclusively on the task at hand without the intrusion of any sexual tension. This is an institution for learning racism if we allow women who turned into a gentle sex comedy. Like porkies. I also love that sort of central to this argument. And you hear this in all of the discourse around. This is fucking showers. I feel like it can't be a moral panic. Showers are involved in nineteen ninety. Four times article weighing heaviest on the cadets. Mines was the preservation of the all male communal. Bathroom the sharing of these stalls showers install toilets is at the heart of the citadel. Experience according to more than one cadet. Okay my favorite thing about this. Is that these people have to like an legal language justify the absolutely bizarre and toxic culture. They've created this fool another defending as if it is like the most illustrious of traditions. I mean the shower thing. I think is actually interesting because to me. It illustrates the extent to which this isn't working for anyone a lot of the cadets when they're interviewed by journalists they'll say like if women are here we can't be intimate with each other and they're afraid of getting humiliated in front of a girl if they're getting yelled at by upperclassmen or forced to do push-ups or whatever they don't want a girl to see. I mean something. I wonder about a lot is like if you can't have physical affection like do you find closeness through fighting totally and conflict and like this hazing. It's very physical. Yeah it just feels like at every point the arguments against letting shannon in are just an argument against the school and this whole dumbs. It's like just be intimate with each other. Be friendly and nice form sustainable mature relationships. You can just do that. It's the most amazing self. Tell that these people are like listen. I'm fine with being abused. I don't want to be abused in front of a girl. And it's like why are you fine with it. Not in front of the head of the cadets he's interviewed by susan faludi and he says that not having women at the school makes them better at respecting women. It sounds like i'm summarizing that unfairly but his actual quote is the absence of women makes us understand them better in anesthetic kind of way. We appreciate them more because they are not here okay. I guess you can thank longingly of the idea. Women if you don't see much but like as they're so hostile to any kind of change that that really is what's wrong with them so one of my favorite things..

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"michael kimmel" Discussed on Reality Life with Kate Casey

Reality Life with Kate Casey

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"michael kimmel" Discussed on Reality Life with Kate Casey

"Michael Kimmel, and I have been friends I believe since kindergarten. He is a big time writer theater director lives in New York City. He's like big big time. And somehow I was able to convince him to watch Lindsay Lohan speech club, which airs Tuesdays at eight pm eastern time on MTV. Michael welcome to the show again. I'm so happy to be back. And I have to tell you. I secretly want to talk of nothing else. But Lindsay Lohan all the time. But I let me touch on your brother. Jimmy. Did you tell him that? I spoke about my crush on him when I was a child. I kid I did he turned the the red and laugh and then uncomfortably walked away. So good. I don't I don't know who I loved more Jimmy or your system. Orissa Orissa is superstar casting and a real ball. Buster you mentioned to me that there. There's a quality about Lindsay Lohan that does remind you of Marissa can you elaborate? Yet, Lindsay Lohan, and my sister, you can't tell if they're in their late thirty or there early sixties. Do we know how old she is? I think she thirty two. She's thirty two years old. She looks like somebody who has had eight children and lived in a shed with a Yuna bomber for like a good six months. She dresses like one of the one of the grandmothers. He never quite made it, but sort of relive their like the early days in the attic. Yes. I would like these like loss dresses, and I feel like she should have a cigarette holder, and she's always worked sunglasses like, it's it's very very odd. So Lindsay Lohan actress singer entrepreneur, let's use that term lightly. She's expanding her business empire as they say. I'm not really sure what this empire is with the launch of low hand beach house in economics, Greece. Apparently, she had some other club in Athens. The talk about that a lot in the club from what I understand from the Paris Hilton world is that they'll slap the name of a celebrity on a club for cachet. But it's not like they're actually giving a financial investment. So I would like to see some of the financials on this before we call this like an empire. And also it's a little telling that Lindsay Lohan had to go all the way to Greece to like Brando her empire. It's not like she's opening a club in Vegas or in LA. Now, it says the exclusive seaside destination serves as the backdrop as Lindsay manages eight American mbassador hired just to staff club and restaurant. She's a no nonsense boss and needs her team to come together to bring her vision to life her vision. Okay. Well, all right. So she's got this creative business partner partner named panels. And then she hired a bunch of Americans and their party promoters, bartenders hosts and waitresses they're like VIP hose. How familiar are you with the club life and these bottle service situations? I have in my younger days. I definitely went to one or two clubs in New York City. But they didn't I don't think it was the culture that it is now. And also, it all it was always that thing of like when you went to a place with bottle service for me with always like somebody's trying to convince you to spend four thousand dollars on a bottle of that salute. That never seemed like. That never seems like a like they had much consideration for my collagen when they would try and do that. And then they'll give you like containers of cranberry, juice and orange juice. And it's like, we'll isn't this like cutting you out of the equation..

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"michael kimmel" Discussed on Reality Life with Kate Casey

Reality Life with Kate Casey

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"michael kimmel" Discussed on Reality Life with Kate Casey

"JC welcome back to another episode of reality life with key. Keep this week's episode is really special. There are three parts to this episode. The first part is an interview with Deborah Newell. And then the name's familiar to you, it's because in two thousand fourteen she fell for a man that she met online on an over-fifties single site. The romance turned into a nightmare documented in the six part podcast series, dirty John and most recently into a TV series of the same name on Bravo. Her ex John Mian attacked her daughter Tara in the parking lot of her apartment building two years ago. He stabbed her with a knife as he tried to force her into the trunk of his car, but she fought back and the altercation left him dead and put an end to a two year saga. I was really lucky to secure interview with Deborah. She asked me to do the interview with famed criminal behavior. Analyst Laura Richards, formerly of the new Scotland Yard because it was really important to her that we discuss coercive control, and she hoped that our experience can help other victims now as you will hear she is very soft spoken, and it takes some time to open up. I ask you to remember that this is all still pretty fresh to her this just happened two years ago. And she's as she explains she's really still trying to heal from the trauma. The second part of the episode is with my childhood friend, Michael Kimmel, who I asked to watch show on MTV called Lindsay Lohan beach club. And then the third part of the episode is with Steve Tate father of six from Utah. He reviews the season premiere of the bachelor a show, which he loves now have you ever met somebody? And you can't explain the connection that you have between you, well, that's kind of what happened with Steve. And there's kind of an inch. Interesting story behind it that we both tell in the beginning and the end of his segment, so please sit back and enjoy this episode. Happy new year ready for some big changes this year ring in the.

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"michael kimmel" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

04:39 min | 3 years ago

"michael kimmel" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"So he has this whole infrastructure of people who are covering up his crimes to keep the paycheck's coming through. And yeah, I think the same goes here. They said, I think one person called to complain about him appearing at the club that day that's just upset. Announce to would be like, yo, I'm surprised, I guess, again because it is the the seller like audience. Yes, like, yeah, that appeals to. That's a gosh. What was this day is like if you don't stand on whatever we'll see. There is a great list that I found particularly useful going around of fifty-one comedians who never forced women to watch them masturbate and there's some great comedians on there. Who of era. Other shows couples therapy is on their brandy Posey Barbara gray lot. A lot of great comedians who you have Riley, silver, Missouri just heard last week, sir. Shaffer. Ashley beat a decent marrow. Alright. Although I know Merrill, he said he was into some scumbag stuff back in the day, not our shape. So there's been a couple stories now about a young folks, knocking mega hats off of classmates. I think this is an interesting debate because both examples of it happening that I'm aware of the students got charged with battery and like there is one in San Antonio, Wendy's, I think where dude, like ripped it off of a. And then and it was caught on video. He also I think dumped a drink in there. Yes. Yeah. Yeah. And then in this case, a young woman named Joe and Butler could face battery criminal charges after she admitted to stealing maga- hat from classmate at union. Mine high school in El Dorado California. Why would you admit it? You ding Dong. But she was just like, yeah, I'm tired of having to go to class with people who are wearing what is basically a symbol of hate. And I raced When when. I can't. I don't know if I can disagree with that. Like if if people were wearing like Nazi hats, like you argument is like, well, just because I wear this doesn't mean there's therefore blah, blah, blah. But I think at the very least a school should realize that this is disrupting the student body by letting people wear the things. Yeah. I mean, I'm sure if some kid was rocking antifa shit. There will be some group shit heads who would try and fuck. Fuck with that kid same way. Well, I mean, look at look at it from this perspective. So like the schools already have a list of things because they're quote unquote disruptive to the learning process of what students can and can't wear Reich. Women particularly comes down on like like we're seeing more and more more and more young girls being sent home because they have shorts on or because they wearing tank tops that you know the schools considering that it's too revealing black women in particular, have had their hair police four, four ever. That's crazy. So it's like, you can't say that the school already doesn't engage in this. Kind of behavior read and it's like we are in a political climate where like if you were are from marginalized community, if you're if you're queer, if you're a person color, you know if you have a disability cetera, etcetera, etcetera. You the way that you have to navigate life is with caution. Yes. So for for these Maga chugs it's like, well, you know, I'm being targeted because you know because of my hat and it's like, well, you have something that you can take off for these people. They don't rate that is their existence is a target Ren and so like learn a little bit of empathy. Number one, it's like that that reaction that you have right there and then with like, well, I just don't think it's fair because I'm a white male and I like to be treated this way and it's like, okay, that right there. You've identified the problem now. Just extend that to people who don't buck look like you, right? Yeah. The white for Jila is staggering. Yes, but they have case they have to become victims of something for right to operate properly because they can. Just be full to look. Yeah, we, we're on top and I keep his mega hat on. There's really interesting conversations to be had there in like a really nuanced way. So I was listening to this guy, Michael Kimmel and he's kind of an expert on like on masculinity and he was talking about how like the promise of America or the promise of white America has slowly been stripped away because of capitalism because of these multi-national corporations, it's limited the economic freedom that white people once enjoyed..

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"michael kimmel" Discussed on The Takeaway

The Takeaway

04:18 min | 3 years ago

"michael kimmel" Discussed on The Takeaway

"Angry backlash saying among some white males also show up amongst black and latino males out of a sense of lost entitlement that then is taken out on women and girls and when it comes to masculinity today professional get also thinks we need to look beyond the angry backlash we know that we're in a period of great flux around gender roles men today in many families are doing far more childcare than their their fathers ever did they're doing the dishes more they're much more involved in the domestic life of families that doing it both because their partners insist upon it but also because many of them want to be involved with their kids want to be nurturers wanna be providers in ways that go beyond a paycheck and that suggests that the role of men is evolving but we don't know what's involving to and that's where i think critical discussion about men's roles in society about what does it mean to be a man today are very important in and we need to recognize issues like race and class complicate the way we think about masculinity because it means different things in different contexts i couldn't agree more at what what patriot just said the other thing is that not only are we doing more housework and childcare than ever before and not only do we want to but we're actually liking it so anybody who comes along as jordan peterson does and says we should return to those traditional ways is unlikely to rent a nate with women at all because i don't think to you know i don't think that women you for example are going to have some kind of v8 moment where you hit yourself upside the head and say you know what they were right let's stop voting let's stop working let's stop driving cars let's up serving on juries let's stop having orgasms i mean that's not gonna happen so the question is not whether we are going to return to traditional roles we are not going to quote make gender great again unquote what we are going to do is move into the future and the future is far more egalitarian than the past because to underline what patriots said this is not simply normative this is not simply what men should be doing it's what men are doing and it's what men feel motivated to be doing that is the done deal we're not gonna go backward and speaking about masculinity with professor better noguera of ucla and dr michael kimmel of stony brook university i wanna share call with you guys we got this call from tampa florida and we'll get your reaction after this is decoding throwing up i was never a man i like the indoors musicals and being pretty i was one hundred percent straight i didn't understand why the men bullies thought i was gay i wish we could live in a world where men didn't have to act like society says a man needs to well dakota's comment is something that i think both paid and i were talking about earlier that many men experienced masculinity or the traditional definition of masculinity as a kind of straightjacket like why can't i like musicals why can't i like things that are why can't i have a sense of grace and style without people thinking that i'm not a real man so here's the thing that i think is interesting what i think we we are looking for we're all looking for is a way to expand the possibilities the range of what is acceptable male behavior because we're living in a world today where the questions about what gender means what the gender binary is as its dissolving i think that continue dimissed flattening people are are are saying we want to be able to be more expressive on a variety of different dimensions and i think that that's all really exciting so you know it's a when sort of facetious comment might be dakota you were born twenty years too early because it's coming man so i wanna throw in a monkey wrench here because i mentioned i am latina and i would describe myself as a feminist and i'm also a heterosexual woman so that's my intersection i think that there is a very oppressive much easement within our culture in this in this country very broadly but there are also things and maybe i'm defining this in incorrectly there are also things about quote unquote masculinity that i think are honorable there's there's telling me i can't sit in the passenger seat.

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"michael kimmel" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:05 min | 3 years ago

"michael kimmel" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"When stephanie son was diagnosed with autism she felt scared and desperate and she found a kind of alternative therapy called brain balance it was pricey but what are you going to maybe work a few more years take a little bit out of your retirement so that he's able to have a better life going forward an investigation into the science behind the popular program this afternoon on all things considered from npr news weekdays starting at four on wnyc what does a man do what is it to be a man the notion of what a man should be like this very confused be a man is not quite what you think it is whatever happened to gary cooper destroying silent time nor to be a man they've got a separate the heart from their head there's a part of crying out for the incorporation of the monster within them crash most of the vanek crimes that happened in our committed by women committed by men what does it mean to be a man about how hard you hit it's about how hard you keep moving forward when you have work to do to kick off our week long look at masculinity i sat down with two men who are some of the nation's foremost experts on well men dr michael kimmel is the founder of the center for the study of men and masculinity said stony brook university and better or no data as a sociologist and professor of education at ucla we know that we're in a period of great flux around gender roles men today in many families are doing far more childcare than their their fathers ever did they're doing the dishes more they're much more involved in a domestic life of families they're doing it both because their partners insist upon it but also because many of them want to be involved with your kids want to be nurturers they wanna be providers in ways that go beyond a paycheck and that suggests that the role of men is evolving but we don't know what's evolving to and that's where i think critical discussion about men's roles in society about what does it mean to be a man today are very important in and we need to recognize the issues like race and class complicate the way we think about masculinity because it means different things in different contexts i couldn't agree more at what what patriot just said the other thing is that not only are we doing more housework and more childcare than ever before and not only do we want to but we're actually liking it so anybody who comes along as jordan peterson does and says we should return to those traditional ways is unlikely to resonate with women at all because i don't think tim i don't think that women you for example are going to have some kind of v8 eight moment where you hit yourself upside the head and say you know what they were right let's stop voting let's stop working let's stop driving cars let's up serving on juries let's stop having orgasms i mean that's not gonna happen so the question is not whether we are going to return to traditional roles we are not going to quote make gender great again unquote what we are going to do is move into the future and the few future is far more egalitarian than the past because to underline what patriots said this is not simply normative this is not simply what men should be doing it's what men are doing and it's what men feel motivated to be doing that is the done deal we're not gonna go backward i'm speaking about masculinity would professor negada of ucla and dr michael kimmel of stony brook university i wanna share call with you guys we got this call from tampa florida and will get your reaction after this is the coda growing up i was never a man i like the indoors musicals and being pretty i was one hundred percent straight i didn't understand why the men bullies but i was gay i wish we can live in a world where men didn't have to act like society says a man needs to well dakota's comment is something.

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"michael kimmel" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:28 min | 3 years ago

"michael kimmel" Discussed on KQED Radio

"What does a man do what is it to be a man the notion of what a man should be like this very confused and be a man it's not quite what you think it is whatever happened to gary cooper the strong silent type in order to be a man they've got a separate the heart from there there's a part of them crying out for the incorporation of the monster within them what has been life crush enemies limitation of women most of the violent crimes that happened not committed by women committed by men what does it mean to be a man about how hard you hit it's about how hard you get it keep moving forward man you have work to do to kick off our week long look at masculinity i sat down with two men who are some of the nation's foremost experts on well then dr michael kimmel is the founder of the center for the study of men and masculinity at stony brook university and better no data as associate professor of education at ucla we know that we're in a period of great flux around gender roles meant today in many families are doing far more childcare than their their fathers ever did they're doing the dishes more they're much more involved in the domestic life of families that doing it both because their partners insist upon it but also because many of them want to be involved with their kids want to be nurturers wanna be providers in ways that go beyond a paycheck and that suggests that the role of men is evolving but we don't know what's he volving too and that's where i think critical discussion about men's roles in society about what does it mean to be a man today are very important in and we need to recognize issues like race and class complicate the way we think about masculinity because it means different things in different contexts i couldn't agree more at what what patriots just said the other thing is that not only are we doing more housework and more childcare than ever before and not only do we want to but we're actually liking it so anybody who comes along as jordan peterson does and says we should return to those traditional ways is unlikely to resonate with women at all because i don't think tim i don't think that women who for example are going to have some kind of v8 moment where you hit yourself upside the head and say you know what they were right let's stop voting let's stop working let's stop driving cars that's up serving on juries let's stop having orgasms i mean that's not gonna happen so the question is not whether we are going to return to traditional roles we are not going to quote make gender great again unquote what we are going to do is move into the future and the few future is far more egalitarian than the past because to underline what patriots said this is not simply normative this is not simply what men should be doing it's what men are doing and it's what men feel motivated to be doing that is the done deal we're not gonna go backward and speaking about masculinity with professor or no get out of ucla and dr michael kimmel of stony brook university i wanna share call with you guys we got this call from tampa florida and will get your reaction after this is to kota throwing up i was never a man i like being doors musicals and being pretty you know it was one hundred percent straight i didn't understand why the men bullies but i was gay i wish we can live in a world where men didn't have to.

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"michael kimmel" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:54 min | 3 years ago

"michael kimmel" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"This is the takeaway with tanzania vega what does it mean to be a man in two thousand eighteen how do we define masculinity we asked you and here's what you told us to be a man and two thousand eighteen minutes somewhat difficult the definition of masculinity is changing it took me a long time to figure out what it meant to be a man because i found my father it'd be very overbearing men are oftentimes told to suck it up it is what it is we're supposed to deal but you know how do you do you still need to shoot a born narrow every once in a while lift weights be the one plus the trash i one of those guys that likes to open a door for a person i don't even know we're often criticized for very thanks to make us men my quiet personality tends to get mistaken for the macho guy kinda cowboy attitude for big dude wear pink sunglasses pink shoes and occasionally don't mind dressing for the leggings and address traditional definitions no longer capture all of masculinity for decades american masculinity was often coupled with the idea of heroin john wayne types who were decisive strong and of course breadwinners but today that image is shifting from the metoo movement to mass shootings and mental health many american men and women are trying to redefine what it means to be a man but that vision of american masculinity is also turning dark quickly white supremacists men's rights movement father rights angry white boys the school shooters men who are violent against women in cells the thing that unites all of those different groups in terms of where their vision is what i came to call aggrieved entitlement that's dr michael kimmel of stony brook university and he's been studying men and masculinity for decades dr kimmel says that the anger expressed today by these different groups of men is the result of a specific mindset i bought into this system you promised me that if i worked hard and i paid my taxes and i was a good man that i would be able to reap the same rewards at my father and grandfather did and that world's gone well why would i have done that if you didn't promise me so they feel betrayed we're starting to become more comfortable calling white male extremism by its name but real solutions still feel hard to come by and changing definitions about masculinity aren't just about white men either black men latino men want the same kinds of power they wanna be at the kind of apex of the hierarchy in the same ways white men do in many communities at the same time there also coping with the reality that they're often not that's professor beta negate out of ucla we don't know what's going on in our society that has resulted in so many boys of color who are unsuccessful now some of that is we can attribute just to racism and bias but there's more to it because it racism would would affect girls in the same ways and i think a lot of it has to do with this ways in which masculinity black masculinity latino masculinity gets constructed and results in a undervaluing of education of the kind of soft skills that many times women are acquiring like how to work with people and it places young men at a huge disadvantage young men of color are being placed at a huge disadvantage and aguirre says we have to be careful we don't want to see the same kind of angry backlash we're seeing among some white males also show up amongst black and latino males out of a sense of lost entitlement that then is taken out on women and girls all this week on the takeaway we're going to talk about men and not just angry men will hear from men who had thought about what healthy masculinity can look like parents who want their sons to know there's more than one way to be a man and we'll be hearing from you on your definitions of masculinity in two thousand eighteen call us at eight seven.

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"michael kimmel" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:54 min | 3 years ago

"michael kimmel" Discussed on KQED Radio

"This is the takeaway with tanzania vega what does it mean to be a man in two thousand eighteen how do we define masculinity we asked you and here's what you told us manage eighteen it's somewhat difficult the definition of masculinity is changing it took me a long time to figure out what it meant to be a man because i found my father it'd be very overbearing men are oftentimes told to suck it up it is what it is we're supposed to deal but you know how do you still need to shoot a narrow every once in a while this way people wanted to see plus the trash i'm one of those guys that likes to open a door for a person i don't even know we're often criticized for very thanks to make us men my quiet personality tends to get mistaken for the macho tough guy kinda cowboy attitude for big dude wear pink sunglasses shoes and occasionally don't mind dressing up you're gonna dress traditional definitions no longer capture all of masculinity for decades american masculinity was often coupled with the idea of heroin john wayne types who were decisive strong and of course breadwinners but today that is shifting from the metoo movement to mass shootings and mental health many american men and women are trying to redefine what it means to be a man but that vision of american masculinity is also turning dark quickly white supremacists men's rights movement father rights angry white boys the school shooters men who are violence against women in cells the thing that unites all of those different groups in terms of where their vision is what i came to call aggrieved entitlement that's dr michael kimmel of stony brook university and he's been studying men and masculinity for decades dr kimmel says that the anger expressed today by these different groups of men is the result of a specific mindset i bought into this system you promised me that if i worked hard and i paid my taxes and i was a good man that i would be able to reap the same rewards at my father and grandfather did and that roads gone well why would i have done that if you didn't promise me so they feel betrayed we're starting to become more comfortable calling white male extremism by its name but real solutions still feel hard to come by and changing definitions about masculinity aren't just about white men either black men latino men want the same kinds of power they wanna be at the kind of apex of the hierarchy in the same ways white men do in many communities at the same time they also coping with the reality that they're often not that's professor no get out of ucla we don't know what's going on in our society that has resulted in so many boys of color who are unsuccessful now some of that is we can attribute to racism and bias but there's more to it because it racism would would affect girls in the same ways and i think a lot of it has to do with this ways in which masculinity black mastroeni latino masculinity gets constructed and results in a undervaluing of education of the kind of soft skills that many times women are acquiring like how to work with people and it places young men at a huge disadvantage young men of color are being placed at a huge disadvantage and federal aguirre says we have to be careful we don't want to see the same kind of angry backlash overseeing among some white males also show up amongst black and latino males out of a sense of lost entitlement that then is taken out on women and girls all this week on the takeaway we're going to talk about men and not just angry men were hear from men who have thought about what healthy masculinity can look like parents who want their sons to know there's more than one way to be a man and we'll be hearing from you on your definition of masculinity in two thousand eighteen call us at.

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"michael kimmel" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"michael kimmel" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Are evil and white guys are in our mad get them which touches upon and the signs value to nearly every aspect of american life and culture the goal of the classes to create a lab for the construction of counter narratives around whiteness uh in any creative form play palm memoir you say poem it is a poem i can refer good at went out states uh party say antara aunt i feel horribly crazy saying and i've i've always said aunt somebody but let's just me and where the state's the syllabus tupae professor claudia ranking are the classes divided into a topics constructions of whiteness that's really gonna tell you how bad witnesses and how it's a crazy concept in it was made up by white people to enslave while of course people of color are white property which will be well pretty much anything in america there is no by black people uh white masculinity own that's a real problem right there are serious as problem white femininity white speech white prosperity white spaces are white imagination dilip that white sexuality but i gotta tell you that covers right there every aspect of var taken down white people and that's what this is all about that don't mistake that i mean we try to push this is being absurd but that's what they're doing they're literally vilifying taking down white people the scoring to this the second jeff syllabus studes in the co and and what we're talking about here is a universities offering a course to semester that would be this semester and which aims to help students understanding counteract whiteness wet students in the course are asked to read books such as michael kimmel's angry white man american masculinity at the end of an era richard dyers white colon essays on recent culture and richard doug gato richard the cat and a gene stefan excite critical white studies looking behind them here critical whites to who writes this crap and who gets away with it this is like a superman desirable land uh.

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"michael kimmel" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"michael kimmel" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Classes to create a lab for the construction of counter narratives around whiteness uh in any creative form play poem memoir you say poem is a poem i can refer you that went out states party say antara aunt i feel horribly crazy saying and i've i've always said aunt somebody but let's just me with the state's the syllabus top i professor claudia ranking are the classes dividened eight topics constructions of whiteness that's really going to tell you how bad witnesses and how it's a crazy concept in it was made up by white people to enslave while of course people of color white property which will be well pretty much anything in america there is no by black people are white masculinity own that's a real problem right there surrey says problem white femininity white speech white prosperity white spaces a white imagination dilip felt white sexuality but i gotta tell you that covers right every aspect of uh taken down white people and that's what this is all about that don't mistake that i mean we sort of push this is being absurd but that's what they're doing they're literally vilifying taking down white people the square into this the second just syllabus studes in the co and and what we're talking about here is a universities offering a course to semester that would be this semester and which aims to help students understanding counteract whiteness wet students in the course are asked to read books such as michael kimmel's angry white man american masculinity at the end of an era richard dyers white colon essays on recent culture and richard doug gato richard the cat and a genes defined critical white studies looking behind them here critical whites to who writes this crap and who gets away with.

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"michael kimmel" Discussed on The MILO Show

The MILO Show

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"michael kimmel" Discussed on The MILO Show

"If you go to utah state skews me i'm sorry if you go to ohio state you'll school is trying to turn you gay masculinity symbol teini asli homes yet privileges men the new syllabus on white heterosexual masculinity claims college fix reports that he kloss talk this spring at ohio state university will review a parade of reasons why white heterosexual masculinity is allegedly problematic tackling the topic from the construct of racial issues bullying pop culture societal expectations and much more according to its syllabus the course which is called be a man masculine as he's race and nation includes a variety of readings that karachi readings including a require a textbook by cj pasco called du jura fag which analyzes masculinity as not only a gender process but to sexual one you'll gases because mine other assigned reading excerpts include masculinity as homophobia by michael kimmel advertising and the construction of violent white masculinity by jackson cats do to sex due to have sex with dudes by jane ward looking for my penis by richard fung soda me in the new world by jonathan goldberg and teaching men's anal pleasure by since two writs across is also expected to screen priscilla queen of the desert university says this this course designed to be both scholarly and practical on a scholarly level students will trace the scully debates about masculinity and understand how these questions of emerged out of feminist and queer research on a practical level this knowldge may help students understanding ideologies they encounter in daily life turn this understanding may help students navigate the precious exclusions in violence they face in order to enhance their own wellbeing and others will this is not academia this is there.

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"michael kimmel" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"michael kimmel" Discussed on RobinLynne

"Boy disco daddy's wide world of fear pot we'd like to send a big shout out to the first lady if he apart c shara wrought sharon jackson as a pioneering female you set a standard an open doors we may never fully gauge the depth of your influence on here pop as a culture salute with full honours queen shara wnyc is supported by lg home entertainment and its lg alleged four k t b l g l led is truly breakthrough with rich images at amazingly intense color against a perfect black background so you feel every detail the best shows and movies deserve to be seen on the best tv ever visit lg dot com slash oh led for more information uh uh fits brian lehrer show on wnyc good morning again everyone we did part one of today's program on the mi2 reckoning with a multi generational calling for women now we'll have a multi generational calling for men and hold off for just the second men as we set this up uh with me now michael kimmel stony brook university sociologist one a leading experts on what he calls man and masculinity is among his many books manhood in america the politics of manhood the gendered society and the best seller guy land the perilous world where boys become men alexis grenell writer and democratic political consultant her daily news op ed last week was called the male apology tour of selfdelusion and what bystanders can actually do to make a difference and kawhi right editor and host of wnyc's narrative unit and a columnist for the nation one of his nation columns recently was women in the service sector are at the forefront of resisting sexual.

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"michael kimmel" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:51 min | 3 years ago

"michael kimmel" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"As if nothing else changes the nta says it'll be more than one billion in the red by 2020 listened to morning edition every day on wnyc did it today on the letter low pochalla look at how americans became divided over issues of sachs which led to the culture wars that have made political battles so divisive plus the story behind the supreme court case involving masterpiece kick shocked the colorado bakery that refused to make a wedding cake for samesex couple tune in today at noon on wnyc this is wnyc 939 fm and am 820 npr news and the new york conversation eweek brian lara's wnyc as we continue with our intergenerational conversation this hour for a man about the me to reckoning we heard for women all last hour uh with kawhi right from here wnyc uh host and editor of our narrative unit michael kimmel stony brook university sociologist of masculinity and political consultant and writer alexis grenell uh before we go to our next call just to put a point on the bystander conversation we were having a minute ago um man listen well in case this is helpful for the future because i think a lot of people are having this feeling that alexis articulated uh from anthony boy gain like what if i did not what did nice seeing that i could have seen things like that um so the times had a good article i think with tips for bystanders the other day and it said trainer suggest joyce's for what to do as a bystander most doubted vice confronting the harasser in the moment because it can escalate and put the bystander in jeopardy if comfortable during the doing so they suggest a bystander can say something like that joke wasn't funny another option is to disrupt the situation such as by loudly dropping a book or asking the victim to come to the conference room observers can talk to the harasser later by asking questions but not lobbing accusations were you aware of how you came off in that conversation researchers also suggest talking openly about inappropriate behaviour like asking colleagues did you notice that mi the only one who sees it this way and another crucial element researchers say as for bystanders to talk to targets of harassment they often feel isolated and observers might not know if they thought the interaction was consensual or using colleagues could say.

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