Texas Journal of Women and the Law

Texas Journal of Women and the Law is an academic journal focusing on Texas Women and the Law

Articles from Vol. 22, No. 1, Fall

Dirty Harry Meets Dirty Diapers: Masculinities, At-Home Fathers, and Making the Law Work for Families
Who is the "man"? Implicit in this question is whether the man at issue demonstrates traits traditionally associated with masculinity: traits such as power, rejecting all things associated with being female, aggression, and being the family breadwinner....
Now and Then: How Coverture Ideology Informs the Rhetoric of Abortion
INTRODUCTION .................... 114I. Methodology .................... 115II. Early American Coverture .................... 115III. A Brief History of American Abortion .................... 117IV. Decisions of the Supreme Court of the United States...
Obscene Squirting: If the Government Thinks It's Urine, Then They've Got Another Thing Coming
INTRODUCTION .......... 46I. The Miller Test ..........48II. Scientific Data .......... 50III. Industry Voices: From The Inside .......... 53IV. Prosecution of Pornography Not Obscenity ..........59CONCLUSION .......... 69INTRODUCTIONSquirting, cumming,...
Security, Gender and Post-Conflict Reconstruction: The Need for a "Woman Question" When Engaging in Reconstruction
In the field of post-conflict reconstruction, gender-related issues are mostly analyzed through a legal or a development paradigm. These conditions, coupled with a general disinclination by the international community-the industrialized, Western countries-to...

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