An analysis of the Securitisation theory reveals that it is necessary for agents to distance themselves from the gendered elements of their movement to successfully securitize an issue that disproportionately affects women.
Photo Essays II: Gender Matters in World Politics
Unencumbered by the spatial demands of geographical borders, ACNH soon began to re-define the conventional understanding of borders as tangible entities. It did so by navigating the intangibility of temporal and social borders through its use of gender-neutral gameplay to establish a virtual, global community.
This essay looks at the anti-masker protests in the United States in 2020 during the COVID pandemic, and the state’s response to the protests. It argues that the protests stemmed from a toxic masculine understanding of personal freedom, and the response of the state was also rooted in its protectionist masculinity towards its citizens. The essay also explores the underlying white supremacy in the interaction of both the masculinities.