Thomas Keith, a professor of philosophy and gender studies, weighs in on “bro” culture as it relates to the Brett Kavanaugh debate. Keith is the writer and director of the 2011 film “The Bro Code.”
“They look to those guys as the American male,” he continued. “They played football, they joined a fraternity, they drank and partied, and it’s just part of Americana: That’s how you behaved as a boy. It’s excused as, ‘You’ll grow out of it,’ and never taken very seriously — until now.”
This article was found in the New York Times on September 28.