Gendering Secularization Theory
viduals to assimilate the life and meaning of an animal during and after life.23. It would be a folly to call this a theory, let alone a hypothesis. The concept is that after the sexual revolution in the 1960’s women’s religions practices have changed leading to fewer women participating in religions activities. While I don’t disagree, the problem with this article is that while the author exaggerates the new roles of women, she stereotypes men as unchanging dominate pigs, in contrast, the author failed to observe that since the 1960’s the roles of the traditional man has changed significantly from traditional male roles toward traditional female roles.