Posts Tagged ‘Social Prejudice’

Men who attend religious services weekly do more housework

Monday, March 8th, 2021

In a recent study, Bethany Gull and Claudia Geist identify two paths leading to men’s increased housework — one non-religious and egalitarian the other religious and family-centred Their results surprised them, as they had expected conservative religious men to have lower housework participation due to their traditional gender ideologies. Laurie deRose and Anna Barren suggest Read more

Homeless man gives money away

Friday, May 15th, 2015

In a social experiment, YouTuber Yousef Saleh Erakat posed as a homeless man and tried to give out money to passers-by. The reactions to his generosity in this five-minute video are shockingly negative. One man in a suit and talking on a cell phone is offered money by the actor. He responds aggressively, swearing at Read more

Vatican calls for universal access to HIV – AIDS treatments

Tuesday, December 6th, 2011

To coincide with World AIDS Day, the Vatican has appealed for universal access to HIV/AIDS treatments. The statement from the Pontifical Council for Healthcare Workers says says World AIDS Day is a privileged moment to relaunch the fight against social prejudice and that World AIDS Day is a new opportunity to promote universal access to therapies for Read more