Jag gissar att de här diskussionerna kommer att bli aktuella när PM Nilsson presenterar sin utredning.
German Family Minister Kristina Schröder has long had something of an adversarial relationship with the country’s feminists. Not only has she refused to support hard quotas for women in top management positions, but she also has repeatedly broadsided ”early feminism” or ”feminists from the last century” for failing to recognize that ”partnerships and children produce happiness.” For many women’s rights veterans, Schröder’s book published last spring, in which she essentially declares the dawning of the post-feminist era, was something of a last straw.
Jag undrar om det finns utrymme för neutral oskuldsfullhet – min specialgren.
”We have become so used the monopolistic claims of women’s rights activists on issues relating to gender equality that the idea of including boys and men to a greater degree in the debate has, in the best case, been ignored and in the worst case been branded as a betrayal of the goals pursued by the women’s rights movement.”