They do what they do.
Thinking about schools and peers and parent-child attachments....I came across one of my favorite posts .
I'm not sure that a pro-woman message is necessarily anti-male. (And those female students are certainly not throwing rocks at the nice man in the funny hat.)
I don't get it. Actually, double whammy: I don't understand either the ad or why you think it's anti-male.
Look at the guy in the photo!Look at the GUY!Look at his hand, his body language, his yellow hard hat!Look at the way he's holding himself.Look at the way the women are holding themselves.
The ad is throwing rocks.Not the women pictured in the ad.
I don't see your point either. Now, I admit I have no idea why someone is wearing a hard hat in a lab that has no equipment other than student laptops, but given that it clearly is not his (it is about 3 sizes too small), he is probably wearing it as a joke—whether his, the students', or the photographer's is not clear. The only thing I see looking at his hand is that he wears a wedding ring—how is that relevant?I'm not sure, but I think that male in the photo may be Glenn Stark, a professor of physics who specializes in molecular spectroscopy, in which case the hard hat is almost certainly a joke.(Wellesley has no civil engineering, mechanical engineering, architecture, or other programs in which wearing a hard hat is likely to be routinely needed.)
OK, let's start with the idea that we have a male wearing a hard hat too big for him.Does the inadvisability of a male being photographed wearing a hard hat too big for him ring a bell with anyone?
That guy looks nothing like Glenn Stark to me!
Too small, I mean. That's even more ridiculous!The guy looks like a wimpy, fearful, JOKE.The girls look normal, confident, smart.The girls are Women Who Will.The guy is a dufus who .... won't, I guess. Won't or can't.
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