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The feminist movement has caused a great deal of unhappiness among men, women, and children. The assertion that men and women have equal abilities is a false premise.
Unhappiness leads to poor health.
I believe that is is the link between forced gender equality and poorer health.
- Fritz Hemmer, Crownsville, MD USA
"In fact, what Sweden needs is complete gender equality with, for example, men entering the private sphere to the extent that women have entered the public."
There is no such thing as "complete gender equality".
For example, I can't tell you how many times my husband has had to fill in for a pregant co-worker (once for her entire pregnancy plus 3 months to be with her newborn). The pregnant co-worker collected full pay, which since it was a commission sales job, was all the sales my husband made for her. Meanwhile, he lost income because he didn't have time to properly attend to his own accounts.
Would the reverse ever happen? Ha!
- Sally, Atlanta, GA
Bloody women with their wombs.
It's the men's fault.
- Asdf, UK
How's that then?
Feminism has ensured that families now need two salaries to survive whereas a single male bread winner could provide for all the family with a living wage. A wife geerally only worked when the family could not meet financial ends. This was the ultimate social safety net. Thank you Emily and Germaine for enslaving families and taking them to the brink where now even two wages are not enough and where corporations have sourced cheap labor.
- Grahame Watson, Las Vegas
These are the only two feminists ever. 1. Pankhurst fought for the right of women (upper class women anyway) to vote, not work. 2. Germaine Greer is a poor example of a feminist. Heard of Simone de Beauvoir, Grahame?
Awwww, poor dears.
I guess it's true, everything hits women hardest.
Something *must* be done!
- Steve K, Bromley UK
Just fuck off, Steve.