15 gender prejudices in Yang Liu’s pictograms

In his last book Man meets woman (“Man meets woman” would be the Spanish translation), the Chinese artist Yang Liu reflects and makes a scathing critique of certain gender stereotypes, through a series of funny pictograms in which the tendency of our culture to adopt unequal treatment to measure different attitudes or behaviors according to the sex of the performer is highlighted.

In this series of pictogramsFantastically done, you can see how culture modulates the thinking of society to impose certain standards based on certain aspects or personal characteristics of each.

Gender bias, still in effect

Why the girl who has a lot of sex is one libertine, And yet a guy who knots a lot is considered a attractive? Do men speak little and directly and are women more complicated and indirect in their communication? These and 13 other gender prejudices dramatically addressed by the Chinese visual artist.

We hope these images come to life the debate on sexual stereotypes that in the middle of the 21st century, our societies are still suffering. One more step towards a society more aware of sexism, micro-masculinities and, in short, the different forms of discrimination and inequality.

1. The best weapon for each genre

2. The great seducer and the libertine fox

3. What is each sex looking for in a relationship?

4. Competition

5. The necessary luggage

6. Magazines for women and magazines for men

7. Self-perception of body image

8. What does each sex think when the other is not speaking?

9. Is it true that men communicate much more directly than women?

10. Perverted or sexy?

11. The history of sexual experiences

12. Focus or multitasking

13. Modern and independent man versus housewife

14. Pervert vs. bold

15. Ideal as a couple depending on age

What opinion do you deserve of the work of this Chinese artist?

Do you think the sexual and gender stereotypes he describes in his designs remain in your society? We look forward to hearing from you.

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