Psychology of Gender is one of the many psychology courses that are offered for the Spring 2021 semester. Taught by Marilyn Livosky Ph.D., this course aims to explore the qualities of factors of gender. Some of the course objectives of this course include: gaining a better understanding of issues of women’s and men’s lives, gaining an understanding of “masculinities” and “men’s issues”, and acquiring critical thinking skills. If one has an interest in learning about gender differences, then this class is for you. This course focuses on men’s and women’s issues while also explaining how studies in the past have been conducted and how they are being conducted today. What this class has covered so far is the masculinities that men face daily as well as gender stereotypes and gender binary. The course aims to explore these factors through two pivotal texts. The first one, “Psychology Of Women And Gender” and the second which is titled “Men’s Lives.” The first text aims to focus on women’s issues while the second book is filled with different articles that focus on men and their struggles. Gender equality is still an issue in today’s world and this class focuses on those issues. If you can take this class, do it. It is worth your time and equally focuses on issues of both genders. Women’s issues are often at the forefront, yet men’s issues are not commonly discussed. Taking this course will show you a whole new perspective on why the world is the way it is and what we can do to step outside of what is socially acceptable and create a new reality. Dr. Marilyn Livosky is a great professor but unfortunately, this spring semester is going to be her last one since she is retiring. With a new professor, the class might look a little different. There might be new textbooks to explore and the material covered might differ. Nonetheless, this is still a class that should be taken because everyone could learn more about gender stereotypes and how they differ between each gender. Everyone faces very different challenges regardless of their gender identity. There is so much more to it than what everyone thinks, so if you can, please take this class.