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Chivalry is not about opening doors, but protecting society's most vulnerable from attack

By Jennifer Wollock, Professor of English, Texas A&M University
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Modern society is in dispute over the value of chivalry. Chivalry originally referred to the medieval knight’s code of honor but today references a range of – usually male – behaviors, from courtesy to overprotectiveness. Some see it as the mindset of elite warriors, glorifying violence and demeaning women. Others see it as necessary…

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