Monday, November 28, 2011

Children's Literature in the Post-Patriarchal Era

Children's books propagandized the gender role reversal of the Post-Patriarchal Era. For example, here are some pages from the Golden Book titled When I Grow Up, published in 2025.

Monday, November 14, 2011

Post-Patriarchal Era Periodicals

During the Post-Patriarchal Era, magazines adjusted their editorial content to align with new audiences. For example, Sports Illustrated, Esquire, and Hustler were now popular with women, while males gravitated towards the likes of Good Housekeeping, Glamour, and Cosmopolitan.

Tuesday, November 8, 2011

Social Norms Evolve

Social norms changed to reflect the superior status of females and the inferior status of males in the Post-Patriarchal Era.

For example, by the the fourth decade of the 21st Century, females objectified males sexually. Females made passes at pretty boys. Ogling attractive males and whistling at them was commonplace.

On the other hand, chivalry returned in the Post-Patriarchal Era and the gentlewomen in society typically acted with deference to the laddies. For example, a gentlewoman would hold a door open for a laddy or give up her seat to a laddy on public transportation.