Respect All Persons, and Gender and Other Equalities Will Follow
By Ooi Kee Beng
IT IS UNFORTUNATE that in most minds, the term “Feminism” more often than not, merely raises issues regarding the relatively-disadvantaged status of women as measured against male conditions and criteria.First of all, what’s gallingly wrong with this is the inherent absence of a critical attitude about maleness itself, and on the experience of being male in a society in the grip of long-term unbalanced gender relations.This line of path is an easy – and therefore attractive one to take. Benchmarked...
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