Psychiatrist, Dr. Derek Miller, on young men being peacocks; 1967

Psychiatrist, Dr. Derek Miller, speaks about the fact there are more boys than girls within the UK population at the time. He comments, "I think one of the first effects of there being more boys than girls, is that the boys are refusing to chase. It seems to me, that boys, in effect, are now being the birds- the male birds. They are, if you like, being the peacocks, and they allow the rather drab females, and compared to some boys, the females are indeed drab, to chase them, and they have to show that they don't really care...". This was filmed for a programme about young men with long hairstyles. London, UK; 1967 (LDC5482S - AEVZ001J)
Psychiatrist, Dr. Derek Miller, speaks about the fact there are more boys than girls within the UK population at the time. He comments, "I think one of the first effects of there being more boys than girls, is that the boys are refusing to chase. It seems to me, that boys, in effect, are now being the birds- the male birds. They are, if you like, being the peacocks, and they allow the rather drab females, and compared to some boys, the females are indeed drab, to chase them, and they have to show that they don't really care...". This was filmed for a programme about young men with long hairstyles. London, UK; 1967 (LDC5482S - AEVZ001J)
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17 August, 1967
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