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Bishop Barron on the Homer Simpson Effect

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One of the distinctive marks of films and television programs the last couple of decades has been the Homer Simpsonization of men. This has led to a Nietzschean over reaction, by which female power has to be asserted over and against males. That this savage contrast is having an effect especially on younger men is becoming increasingly apparent.