A Paternalistic Duty? Predicting Men's Decisions to Confront Sexism on Behalf of Women


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In order to act as allies, men must be motivated to confront sexism. Across two correlational studies, we tested whether men weigh the anticipated costs and benefits of confrontation, similarly to women, when deciding whether to confront sexism on behalf of women. Using path analysis, we also investigated how endorsement of a masculine protection ideology predicted frequency of confronting sexism ...


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