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Poll: Gender Stereotypes - Males
Which negative stereotype on men which is still often displayed in movies and TV shows (especially in Hollywood) do you find most upsetting? Here's the Female List Discuss here
Poll by: ur22567331
Created Sep 20 2015
Mel Gibson stars as Nick Marshall
Men have absolutely no idea/don't care about what drives women.
John LaMotta and Liz Sheridan in ALF (1986)
Men are uncultivated, rude, and only want to watch sports on TV, preferably with nothing on but a white undershirt. (at least once they reach a certain age.)
Julianne Moore and Steve Carell in Crazy, Stupid, Love. (2011)
When a woman sleeps with other men, it's a an act of liberation, but when a man sleeps with other women, he's a jerk.
Steve Carell and Ryan Gosling in Crazy, Stupid, Love. (2011)
Men are worthless if they're not bursting with phyisical strength and confidence.
Arnold Schwarzenegger in Kindergarten Cop (1990)
Men have no clue about children.
Hilary Swank and Gerard Butler in P.S. I Love You (2007)
Men are just there to care for and tickle women's vanity (sometimes even post mortem ...)
Elle Macpherson and Matt LeBlanc in Friends (1994)
Men are controlled by what hangs down from them.
Ricky tapes Jane
Attractive males who follow females are devoted and interesting. Unattractive males who follow females are creepy stalkers.
The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert (1994)
Homosexual men are literally gay: Always palsy-walsy, flamboyant, and extravagant.
Bill Cosby in The Cosby Show (1984)
Whatever a man says or attempts to do, he's wrong (and suffers from hubris).
Eddie Murphy, Elle Fanning, and Max Burkholder in Daddy Day Care (2003)
If a man choses to stay home, he is a laughable wimp.
Prematurely balding men are either very insecure or stuffy pricks, and only attract women in combination with a big pile of money.
Sarah Silverman and Mike White in School of Rock (2003)
Men become meek in a relationship and are unable to stand up against their girlfriend/wife. - suggested by borimor
Jack Nicholson in The Shining (1980)
Dads horribly abuse or at least neglect their children. - suggested by borimor
Daniel (LIAM NEESON) and Sam (THOMAS SANGSTER).
Real guys shake hands, and even if they hug, it must be followed by talking about football, clearing their throat and talking tough etc. to show that they're still machos. -suggested by ElMaruecan82
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