The Frailty Myth: Women Approaching Physical Equality
Challenging the myth that women are naturally weaker than men, a noted feminist writer and author of The Cinderella Complex traces the history of the concept of female physical inferiority and its long-term repercussions in terms of women's health and social and professional status. 35,000 first printing.
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A feisty challenge to the notion that females are the weaker sex.Spurred by the evidence of her daughters' physical confidence and self-esteem, Dowling (Red Hot Mamas, 1996, etc.) set out to examine ... Read full review
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Dowling (The Cinderella Complex) says that women's physical equality is the last bastion in the fight to conquer sexism. A historical survey uncovers the century-old hidden agenda to keep women frail ... Read full review
The Frailty Myth
The Incredible Shrinking Woman
FATED TO BE WEAKER?
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The Frailty Myth: Redefining the Physical Potential of Women and Girls
Limited preview - 2001