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August 03, 2005
Study: Men Who Are Insecure About Their Masculinity Support War and Buy SUVs
This study goes a long way to explain Bush's stuffed codpiece during his "Mission: Accomplished" publicity stunt so long ago. I wonder if he and his cronies drive SUVs? This study also shines some light on the homophobic attitude of this administration, especially regarding same-sex marriage.
How long ago was the mission allegedly accomplished? So when is this war going to end, anyway?
Masculinity Challenged, Men Prefer War and SUVs
By LiveScience Staff
posted: 02 August 2005
03:58 pm ET
Men whose masculinity is challenged become more inclined to support war or buy an SUV, a new study finds.
Their attitudes against gays change, too.
Cornell University researcher Robb Willer used a survey to sample undergraduates. Participants were randomly assigned feedback that indicated their responses were either masculine of feminine.
The women had no discernable reaction to either type of feedback in a follow-up survey.
But the guys' reactions were "strongly affected," Willer said today.
"I found that if you made men more insecure about their masculinity, they displayed more homophobic attitudes, tended to support the Iraq war more and would be more willing to purchase an SUV over another type of vehicle," said Willer said. "There were no increases [in desire] for other types of cars."
Those who had their masculinity threatened also said they felt more ashamed, guilty, upset and hostile than those whose masculinity was confirmed, he said.
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Posted on August 3, 2005 at 11:42 AM | Permalink
The title of that trackback should be
"Liberal Academics Confirm Stereotypes About Wingnuts".
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Posted by: Ryan at Aug 3, 2005 6:24:05 PM