When you talk about someone being "distinguished", it's means they're set apart from the rest. Harry Mitsidis most certainly fits that definition, as he's widely regarded to be the world's most travelled man. One of my favorite things about Harry is that despite his insane amount of adventurous experiences and being the main man over at travel enthusiast site Nomad Mania, he's remarkably down-to-earth and engaging. He's also a master sociologist, which together with his globetrotting ways makes him the perfect co-host for this discussion of how masculinity and femininity are the same worldwide and how they differ. You'll hear all about Hofstede's theory of comparative culture and what this fascinating research says about the gender profile of entire nations and societies. Prepare to be surprised by which countries have been historically feminine compared to those that are masculine. How do nations like The United States, Japan, Germany and France stack up? Next, listen in as we reveal two surprisingly accurate indicators of cultural femininity and masculinity, respectively. How has Hollywood influenced gender role perceptions on a global scale? And how do major world religions shape cultural trends toward masculinity or femininity? If you haven't yet subscribed to the newsletter and talked to me for up to 25 minutes FREE, what are you waiting for? It's all at the show notes page: http://www.mountaintoppodcast.com
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