Imagine that a guy and a girl are at a party, and one approaches the other and strikes up a conversation.Chances are that when you envisioned this scenario, you assumed it was the guy who approached the girl.The tagline describes it as: “A Blog to Discuss the Wonderful Trend of Male Femininity and the Feminization of Men and Boys.The Empowerment of Women and the Future of Gender Roles.” It’s a fascinating assemblage of photos, writing, and links that make a case for the increasing masculization of women and feminization of men.
Think Stone Age in reverse, with the woman playing hunter-gatherer, and the man the keeper of the cave. What is interesting, however, is what’s led us here.We haven't seen each other for like six months.' Role switch: A woman attempts to talk to, and buy drinks for, three guys.But she is told patronizingly by the men, 'I don't mean to be rude, you seem like a nice person, but we just want to catch up' A woman who blatantly appraises a mans derriere says to him: 'Those are really nice jeans.The idea behind the series was to explore what happens if a man and woman exchange their assigned roles of gender and power, leaving behind any existing preconceptions."The ideas of traditional gender roles are still very strong in China," explains Liao.