Once upon a time, in the Pony Expresso cafe in Seattle, a man and a woman began to experience the long-mysterious but increasingly scientifically investigated thing we call love. The first stage is called "limerence. The man, a thenyear-old University of Washington research psychologist named John Gottman, was drawn to the woman's wild mane of black curly hair and her creativity: She was an amateur musician and painter as well as a psychologist like himself. The woman, a thenyear-old named Julie Schwartz, who'd placed a personal ad in the Seattle Weekly that John had answered, was turned on by John's humble little car—voted the ugliest vehicle in the University of Washington faculty parking lot—and his expansive curiosity. He read physics and math and history and kept a little spiral-bound notebook in his pocket that he used to jot down things his companions said that captivated him.
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The woman, who had been sitting alone at the table in front of me, called out to the man who was walking on the other side of the street, and summoned him to come over:. In pretty much every romantic movie there is that epiphanic moment when a couple must define their relationship. You know the scene.
Most current feminists agree that gender equality isn't just for women. However, patriarchal societies are set up to afford men advantages at every turn, and as a result, the reasons why feminism is good for men may not be as readily apparent as the ways it benefits women. It's clear that gender equality means more pay , less discrimination , and better protection under the law for women, but for those who aren't familiar with the finer points of feminism, what men stand to gain from equality may not be as obvious. Of course, a veritable mountain of texts discussing these benefits are just a Google search away, but if you're looking for a quick introduction, the Huffington Post has released a video detailing all the ways feminism is just as important to men as it is to women.